By Per Ake Persson
Ystad, Sweden - Armand Boxing Promotion, headed by former WBO middleweight champ Armand Krajnc, staged its second Fight Night at Surbrunnsparken in Ystad in the very south of Sweden and had again an almost full house for this pro-am show.
Headlining was welterweight Patrick "Red Alert" Bogere (10-1, 3KOs), who stopped overmatched Hungarian Csaba Torma after two knockdowns in the third of a scheduled six-rounder. Patrick will next be in action September 28 in Goettingen, Germany, where he will take on a tougher opponent in Nasser Athumani.
Anna Donatella Hultin looked very surprised when she was announced as the winner of her fight against Anna Sikora from Poland and one couldn´t blame her. Anna, based in Las Vegas, was second best in the first three rounds and even if it was closer in the last three she still looked a clear loser in this jr lightweight contest but the Swedish judges had it 58-57, 59-57 and 59-56 - and there were ringside observers who didn´t give Hultin one single round
Super middleweight Naim "the Albanian Warrior" Terbunja outscored survival minded Latvian Kirill Psonko over four winning on scores of 40-36 twice and 40-37. Terbunja, now 3-0, was a little too eager in looking for the finisher and Psonko covered up well. Naim will be promoted by Al Haymon over there in the United States - if ever gets that visa that is.
Light heavyweight Oscar "Golden Boy" Ahlin, 3-0, again stole the show with an impressive fourth round knockout of previously undefeated Pole Bartlomiej Grafka. Ahlin looked sharp and showed a lot of variety in his attacks. Grafka was down in the first and second and went down for the count in the fourth after a left hook to the liver.