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Photo/Weights: Dimitrenko 253-Pounds, Sosnowski 224.5

On Saturday night at the Universum Gym in Hamburg, Germany, Alexander Dimitrenko will defend his European heavyweight title against Albert Sosnowski. The champion came in at 253-pounds, while the challenger was 224.5. The fight was scheduled last year, but had to be canceled when Dimintrenko fainted in the dressing room only moments before the fight was going to happen. In the co-feature Susi Kentikian will defend her WIBF flyweight title against Ana Arrazola. Kentikian was 111.5, while Arrazola was 111.7. Photo by bokser.org

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Klitschko2011 on 03-25-2011

This should be a good fight. WAR Sosnowski!!!

Comment by Klitschko2011 on 03-25-2011

Comment by I_like_wendys on 03-25-2011

[QUOTE=Bajingo;10284183]:eek: 2 in-shape heavyweights[/QUOTE] Both guys coming off of losses to ranked dudes, and coming off wins to soft touches. Oh, BTW WARRRRR SOSNOWSKIIII :boxing: :boxing: :boxing:

Comment by Bajingo on 03-25-2011

:eek: 2 in-shape heavyweights

Comment by jjbj2 on 03-25-2011

Now this is how a heavyweight should look like.

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