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Roman Belaev, Dominic Boesel Return; Imre Szello Update

By Per Ake Persson

Russian welterweight Roman Belaev (14-1) comes back tomorrow night on SES´ (sold out) show in Halle an der Saale. Belaev takes on Argentinean Ramon de la Cruz Sena (20-14-2). Belaev´s last fight was in South Africa late 2014 when he lost a controversial technical decision to Ali Funeka. Before that, Belaev appeared to be a genuine prospect but ran into promotional problems and have fought only five times since 2013.

Headlining the show in Halle is light heavyweight Dominic Boesel (20-0) vs Balasz Kelemen (24-1) with the WBO Int´l and WBA Continental titles at stake.

Cruiserweight Imre Szello (10-0) headlines Felix-Promotion´s show on February 20 in Salgotarjan (Hungary). Who Szello will fight isn´t ready yet but promoter Felix Racz has published a short-list of possible opponents that includes Brazilian Hamilton Ventura, Australian Daniel Amman and US veteran Garrett Wilson.

The undercard features middleweights Norbert Harcza (2-0) and Szabolcs Pintye (10-0-1), supermiddle Richard Baranyi (14-1) and featherweight Robert Laki (11-0-1).

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