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Christian Hammer Will Return To Action on April 18th

By Per Ake Persson

WBO European heavyweight champion Christian Hammer, 15-3, will return to action April 18, writes EC Boxing in a press release. As for site Ceylan is leaning towards Hamburg but the event could land in Galati (Romania) as well.
 
As for who Hammer will fight, Ceylan states there are talks with two possible opponents.

Hammer turned pro with Universum but lost his debut due to a dislocated shoulder. He also lost two internal "eliminators" but has since joining EC won eight straight with Kevin Johnson his biggest scalp to date.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by joe strong on 01-04-2014

i thought he did enough to beat kevin Johnson. kingpin wouldn't throw the right & you can't go on the road & win with just a jab. hammer has a couple nice wins & has done better then i expected.…

Comment by Freedom. on 01-04-2014

[QUOTE=PittyPat;14099605]He should obviously fight Tor Hamer.[/QUOTE]Tom Hamer would quit on his stool. Christian Hammer is no quitter - he's come back from some early defeats and is doing okay now. He was matched very hard as an inexperienced boxer in…

Comment by PittyPat on 01-04-2014

He should obviously fight Tor Hamer.

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