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Christina Hammer
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5'11" middleweight Christina Hammer was born on August 16 1990 in Novodolinka, Kazakhstan but she is now a German citizen.  Her pro boxing career is promoted by SES Boxing. 

After a 22-fight amateur career she made her pro debut at age 19 on September 12, 2009 at the Gewerbehof Schlutius in Magdeburg, Germany. She weighed in at 154 lbs and won by a second-round TKO over Melisa Kokter (152 lbs) of Germany, also making her pro debut.  (Kokter has not fought since).

On October 24, 2009 at Anhalt Arena in Dessau, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany, Christina (162 lbs) won by a four-round unanimous decision over Sarka Stoklaskova (5′ 8″, 163 lbs) of Brno, Czech Republic, who fell to 2-8 (1 KO) with the loss. [Video 1] [Video 2]

On November 11, 2009 at EKZ Arena in Schoneweide, Berlin, Germany, Christina (160 lbs) won by a fourth-round TKO over Marija Pejakovic (5′ 11", 159 lbs) of Senta, Serbia, who fell to 2-1 (0 KO's) with the loss.  

On April 9, 2010 at Tivoli Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Christina (152 lbs) TKO'd Danijele Bickei (143 lbs) of Kanjiza, Serbia in the fourth round of a scheduled six-rounder. Bickei fell to 0-6 with the loss.  [Video]

On April 17, 2010 at Bordelandhalle in Magdeburg, Christina (159 lbs) TKO'd Patricia Braesick (155 lbs) of Karlsruhe, Germany at 1:01 in the second round of scheduled six-rounder.  Braesick fell to 0-2 and has not boxed since.

On June 4, 2010 at the outdoor Landesgartenschau in Aschersleben, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany, Christina (154 lbs) knocked out previously undefeated 22-year-old Marie Reiderer (146 lbs) of Weisswasser, Germany at 1:23 in the fifth round of a scheduled six-rounder. Hammer controlled the early action from the outside with her jab and dropped a tiring Reiderer with two hard rights to the head for the KO.  Reiderer, who normally fights as a junior welterweight, fell to 5-1 (2 KO's) with the loss. [Video 1] [Video 2]

Christina Hammer and Mihaela DraganOn September 4, 2011 at the Sportpark Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Christina (159 lbs) TKO'd 23-year-old Mihaela Dragan (158 lbs) of Cluj-Napoca, Romania in the second round of a scheduled six-rounder. Dragan lacked the ring skills and movement to handle Hammer's height and reach and was in trouble from the opening bell. Dragan went to the canvas briefly in the first round after taking a right to the back of her head while partially turned away from the action. Dragan was warned for turning away again in the second round and the referee stopped the unequal fight when she covered up and did not fight back against a flurry of punches from Hammer.  Dragan fell to 3-3 (2 KO's) with the loss. [Video

Christina Hammer and tereza perozziOn October 23, 2010 at Erdgas Arena in Riesa, Sachsen, Germany, Christina (157 lbs) stepped up her level of competition and won a ten-round unanimous (98-92,97-93,97-93) decision over Teresa Perozzi (157 lbs) of Warwick, Bermuda for the vacant WBO Middleweight title. The shorter southpaw Perozzi began the fight by applying a lot of pressure and setting a fast  pace forcing Hammer to think more about defense than in her earlier fights. The action was even at first but Hammer began to score repeatedly to the head of Perozzi in the later rounds.  Perozzi kept trying to press her attack but Hammer's right delivered the better shots in a fight that often looked closer than the scorecards suggested.  Perozzi fell to 7-4-1 (1 KO) with the loss, while the 20-year-old Hammer became the youngest German boxing world champion. [Video 1] [Video 2]

On February 18, 2011 at Sportpark Arena in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Christina (158 lbs) added the vacant WBF Middleweight title to her belt collection when Diana Kiss (157 lbs) of Hungary retired in her corner between the seventh and eighth rounds of a scheduled ten-rounder.   Hammer started aggressively and used her reach to control the action. In the second half of the fight Hammer increased the pressure and Kiss began to bleed from her nose.  During the round break Diana Kiss signaled to her trainer that she was no longer willing to continue, so Hammer won by a TKO.  Kiss fell to 6-3-1 (5 KO's) with the loss. [Video 1] [Video 2]

Hammer vs Lindberg
Hammer vs Lindberg in May 2011
Copyrighted photo taken by Eroll Popova

On May 27, 2011 at Zlatopramen Arena in Usti Nad Labem, Czech Republic, Christina (157 lbs) defended the WBO and WBF Middleweight titles with a ten-round unanimous decision over undefeated Maria Lindberg (154 lbs) of Sweden. Lindberg told WBAN later that she felt the fight was much closer than the official scores (97-93,97-93,98-92 for Hammer). Lindberg fell to 5-1-2 (1 KO) with her first pro loss.

Christina Hammer and Vashon LivingOn October 21, 2011 at the Brandenburg Halle in Frankfurt, Brandenburg, Germany, Christina (157 lbs) won a ten-round unanimous (100-90,100-90,99-91) decision over 30-year-old Vashon Living (158 lbs) of Houston, Texas defending the WBO and WBF Middleweight titles. Living, who was at a significant size disadvantage, was mobile and agile as she attempted to get to close quarters and work inside, but Hammer was still able to use her reach advantage to control the action.  Hammer landed two accurate uppercuts in the seventh and Living appeared to be worn down by the taller Hammer's blows in the closing rounds. Living fell to 5-2 (1 KO) with the loss as Hammer improved to 11-0 (7 KO's). [Video 1] [Video 2] [Video 3]

On April 5, 2012 at the Vodova Arena in Brno, Czech Republic, Christina Hammer (159 lbs) won a ten-round unanimous (100-90,100-90,99-91) decision over Julie Tshabalala (159 lbs) of Johannesburg, South Africa defending the WBF and WBO Middleweight titles.  According to a WBF press release, the reigning champion had the upper hand from the start of the fight.  Tshabalala took the fight to the inside to try to avoid the German's long range attack but Hammer adjusted nicely and countered with hooks and uppercuts.  Tshabalala had her best moments in rounds six and seven and seemed to be catching her second wind, but Hammer was back on top in the final three rounds, making Tshabalala miss and pay for her mistakes. Tshabalala dropped to 4-2-1 (1 KO).

On September 7, 2012 at the RWE Rhein-Ruhr Sporthalle in Muelheim, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, Christina Hammer (155 lbs) won an overwhelming ten-round unanimous (100-85x3) decision over Yahaira Hernandez (159 lbs) of Santo Domingo, Dominion Republic defending the WBF and WBO Middleweight titles. Hammer's technical superiority was clear despite a game effort by Hernandez, who was knocked down in the fourth, ninth and tenth rounds.  Hernandez, who had two points deducted for holding as well as 10-8 losing rounds because of the three knockdowns, fell to 11-4 while Hammer improved to 13-0 (7 KO's).  

Hammer's boxing style is patient and methodical. She often uses her reach to establish her jab early in a fight then wears her opponents down with increasingly aggressive followup rights. Her usual fight plan exploits her conditioning and her ability to control a bout from the outside to chop away at opponents from long range.     

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