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 Last update:  3/14/2011       Read more by Per Ake Persson         
   
Bundu-Jackiewicz For Hatton's Belt; Hein-Averlant; More
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By Per Ake Persson
 
Leonard Bundu and Rafael Jackiewicz are co-challengers for the vacant EBU welterweight title. The EBU have set March 28 as deadline for purse bids or agreement. The title was relinquished by Matthew Hatton.
 
German light heavyweight Artur Hein now has Frenchman Tony Averlant as co-challenger for the vacant EU title. Hein vs Averlant goes ahead April 2 in Halle / Westfalen on the undercard to Huck vs Fragomeni. Averlant steps in for Italian Francesco Versaci.
 
French bantamweight - fighting out of Luxembourg - Karim Guerfi, 16-0, has a spot on the undercard to Luis Concepcion vs. Hernan Marquez in Panama City April 2. Guerfi previously held the IBF Youth title at flyweight.
 
Carlos Takam, 22-1, from Cameroons but fighting out of France, and Gbenga Oloukun, 18-5, from Nigeria but based in Germany, clash for the vacant WBO African heavyweight title April 29 in Pontault-Combault, France.
 
"I wuz robbed" says Swedish-Ugandan jr welter Sam Rukundo after losing a majority decision to Viktor Postol on the undercard to Khurtside vs Cendrowski. Sam, 15-4-1, have now suffered four tough losses on the road. - "I don΄t count this as a loss though, says Sam. - "My day will come and will keep fighting!"
 
WBA, WBC and WBO female welterweight champ Cecilia Braekhus defends her titles against American Jill Emery April 2 in Herning, Denmark.Tags: Cecilia Braekhus , Rafal Jackiewicz


 

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comment by Power VCT, on 03-14-2011
Does this even matter in the boxing world? :boxing::boxing::boxing:

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