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Kai Robin Havnaa vs. Ramazi Gogichashvili on November 18

Kai Robin Havnaa (10-0, 9 KOs) returns to action at the Ran Fighting Gala on November 18 at Castello Dusseldorf where he meets the experienced Georgian Ramazi Gogichashvili (30-21-2, 17 KOs) in an eight-round cruiserweight contest. 
 
The undefeated Norwegian will be aiming to extend his perfect record and prove he is ready for bigger challenges including a hotly anticipated homecoming fight in Arendal at the beginning of the New Year.
 
The 28 year-old will be fighting in Germany for the third time in his career having previously enjoyed victories in Neubrandenburg and Potsdam.

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“I’m looking forward to fighting again in Germany,” said Havnaa. “After delaying my hometown fight until 2018, I asked Sauerland for a fight as soon as possible, and they did a good job for me as usual and got me a fight in November 18.
 
“I’m always in great shape and I’m hungry for another win in Germany. After this, I’m aiming for a big fight in my hometown early next year. 
 
“My opponent is a tough experienced guy with many wins on his record. I don’t overlook him at all, but I’m confident I will still be undefeated after this fight, and ready for even bigger challenges in 2018.”
 
Said promoter Nisse Sauerland: "We are lining up a big fight for Kai in the New Year, but first he must pass this test. Gogichashvili is a serious competitor. He is an experienced fighter and he will be coming to Dusseldorf to win.

"However, Kai is improving with every fight. I believe he will claim another memorable victory on November 18 and then we can look forward to a big homecoming fight in 2018.”

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