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5' 7" Lightweight "DynOmite" Donatella Hultin, born on September 11, 1988, in Stockholm, Sweden, is now fighting out of Las Vegas, Nevada.

When Hultin was only in the fourth grade, she saw a guy doing some shadow boxing in a school park.  Hultin said, "I guess that was one of the things that inspired me to become a boxer.   My mother wanted me to take ballet lessons, but I did not like ballet. My mother finally stopped taking me because I was crying a lot and I was so unhappy."

When Hultin was eight years old, her father put her in karate.  That was a sport that she enjoyed.  She also played a lot of soccer, and skateboarding.
" I could do a lot of flips and tricks on my skateboard, and I had no fear, I would jump and flip high in the air landing on my skateboard", added Hultin.

Hultin's family is in Sweden. Her father was a wrestler at one time, and is now a personal trainer.  Her mother is an Architectural Engineer, and her grandfather is a well-known artist in Sweden, and he has his own art gallery in Sweden Rudolf Overå - Atelje Busen.

The first time that Hultin stepped into a boxing gym, was when she was only 12-13 years old.  Hultin said, "the gym was in a bad part of town so I had one of my friends go with me. The gym was not really for female boxers.  The trainer was very tough on me and hit me in the face when I dropped my guard----after that I was afraid of him.   I really had no role models in the gym as many of the boxers were much older than me and tried to discourage me."


Armand Krajnc - former World Champion  - Courtesy photo

When Hultin was 16 years old, her parents moved to a different area, and she started going to another gym to box again.  Her new trainer, Armand Krajnc (29-3 (21KO), was a former World Champion, and he taught her the boxing basics very well.  "He told me I have a lot of potential and wanted to teach me how to box the right way", said Hultin.


Infinity Team - cutman Hank, "DynOmite" Donatella Hultin and Butch

Hultin told WBAN, "I really do not like studying too much.  Maybe after I get boxing out of my system,  I will go to college---but now all I have in my mind is to become a World Champion. I train and live in Las Vegas, Nevada, my manager Butch Gottlieb took me to trainer and former World light Heavyweight Champion Eddie Mustafa Muhammad. Eddie said I have a lot of potential and he has been training me since December 2008. He does not treat me like a girl, he makes me tow the line like his male fighters."


Chad Dawson, Hultin, Eddie Mustafa - Photo: Mary Ann Owen

Hutlin said, "When I first came to the U.S.A. I lived in Santa Monica, California. I trained with Marcus Koval and Wendy Rodriquez for a while, they taught me a lot. I also trained with Garth Redwood and learned a lot from him but most of all I love training with Eddie Mustafa.   Eddie has taken what I had learned and added so much more. "


Hultin fighting Rojo. Photos by Mary Ann Owen

On May 9, 2009, at the Hark Rock Casino and Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada,   Hutlin, 130, won by a fourth round TKO over Jasica Rojo, 131. [Photo gallery #502 ] Hultin dropped Jasica Rojo in the fourth round with a hard right hand. Hultin won the first two rounds on the score cards. 

Hutlin said, " I was so nervous until my feet hit the canvas, then I felt confident. I fought a pretty tough girl named Jasica Rojo from Tucson, Arizona on the Chad Dawson/ Antonio Tarver undercard at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Jasica was a two-time Arizona Golden Gloves Champion."
 
"My favorite male boxer is Floyd Mayweather, my favorite female boxers are Christy Martin, Chevelle Hallback, Melissa Hernandez, Belinda Laracuente, and I could go on and on as there are so many great female boxers, they are all my inspiration. I hope I can make a difference in female boxing for my country, Sweden, " added Hultin.

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