“Super Fight Night” – Robert Stieglitz vs. Sergey Khomitsky

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The fifth title fight is fix

“Super Fight Night” on July 26, 2014 in Dessau –  “The World Cup project!”

The fifth WBO title fight is now fixed:

Moritz steel from the “Team Germany” is fighting for his first Belt: WBO Youth Inter-Conti-title fight against the Spaniard Guram Natsulishvili
The Referee:

WBO Inter-Continental Super Middleweight Championship
Robert Stieglitz vs.. Sergey Khomitsky

The other title fights:

WBO International Championship Lightheavyweight
WBA Continental Cup Lightheavyweight
Robin Krasniqi vs. Oleksandr Cherviak

WBO world championship in junior middleweight
Christina Hammer vs. Anne Sophie Mathis

WBO Inter-Continental Championship in Lightheavyweight
Dominic vs. Boesel. Daniel Regi

SAT.1 is transferred fight night live from 22.15 clock in a length of nearly four hours from Dessau

+ + + SES boxing event on Saturday, July 26, 2014, Anhalt Arena in Dessau + + +

Robert Stieglitz in the fight against the “spirit” Sergey Khomitsky for the WBO Inter-Continental title, and on the way to reclaiming the world title.

Former world champion Robert Stieglitz fight for the vacant WBO Inter-Continental belt at super middleweight. His opponent in this title fight is a “spirit”. This battle name carries Sergey “The Ghost” Khomitsky (29-10-2 (12)), who secured a good two months the belt of WBO European champion in England with a knockout in the sixth round against unbeaten British Frank Buglioni. Robert Stieglitz is therefore warned that the experienced Belarusian Khomitsky has become so advanced to the position 7 of the WBO world rankings. This opponent will address “The World Cup project!” Robert Stieglitz his mission. It applies to Robert Stieglitz , now as soon as possible the position 1 of the WBO world rankings to occupy. The implicit goals: as the mandatory challenger of the reigning world champions again to fight “his” WBO world champion belt. But the “spirit” Khomitsky must first be defeated!

Stieglitz-Khomitsky Final Press Conference

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Photo: Team SES / P. Gercke

SES Boxing held the final press conference on Monday for Saturday’s clash between two-time world champion Robert Stieglitz against WBO #9 Sergey “The Ghost” Khomitsky (29-10-2, 12 KOs) at the Anhalt Arena in Dessau, Germany. The presser took place in front of an old transport aircraft named JU 52 at the “Hugo Junkers Museum”

Robert Stieglitz: “I am forewarned. A ghost always comes surprisingly and unexpectedly. I’ve prepared myself for the fighting style Khomitsky so I’m safe. He can’t scare me. Khomitsky is good for surprises, well rested and he boxes smart. His victory for the WBO European championship against Buglioni in England was no coincidence. One may never, ever underestimate him. He is a daredevil! If I want to get back “my belt,” then the only possible way is with a clear victory over this “ghost!”

Sergey Khomitsky: I’m something of a fear maker! That’s where my fight name ‘The Ghost’ comes from. I make pressure, move forward, makes surprises and many opponents can’t adjust. I know Stieglitz from many fights I watched myself. He will be defeated!

SES promoter Ulf Steinforth: We want the WBO world title of Abraham as quickly as possible! Khomitsky was the highest rated fighter who would face Robert. A WBO European champion must not and will not be underestimated!

In other action, WBO #8 rated light heavyweight Dominic Boesel (15-0, 5 KOs) will take on Daniel Regi (22-9, 11 KOs), former light heavyweight world title challenger and WBO #3/WBA #7 rated Robin Krasniqi (41-3, 16 KOs) meets WBA #8/WBO #15 Oleksandr Cherviak (14-3-1, 4 KOs) and female middleweight champion Christina Hammer (17-0, 8 KOs) moves down to jr middleweight to take on the very dangerous multiple world and European champion Anne Sophie Mathis (27-3, 23 KOs).

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http://www.fightnews.com/Boxing/stieglitz-khomitsky-final-press-conference-253652

Frank Buglioni Eager To Trade Punches With Khomitsky

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Top Enfield talent Frank Buglioni is hungry for ring success now that he’s had a pizza named after him.

The super-middleweight star defends his WBO European title for the second time this Saturday (12th April) at the Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, in London, and will tuck into his special “Wise Guy” pizza once he’s defeated challenger Sergey Khomitsky.

Buglioni’s dynamite punching and model looks from his Italian heritage have attracted a lot of attention outside of the ring and a local restaurant has taken his nickname to give to one of their pizzas.

He said, “A friend of mine named Jim over in one of the local restaurants in Enfield wanted to name the pizza after me on the menu. I helped him and went and opened the restaurant for him. It’s quite a surreal thing to have. It’s nice. I met him at a charity football match and he has followed my career, he loves his boxing and we kept in contact and it just so happened this was a venture of his and he has made me a part of it with the name of the pizza. I’m quite proud of it. Unfortunately I’m not the chef so I didn’t get to choose what it was but he said it’s a classic Italian pizza that packs a punch! I was happy with that.”

Undefeated in twelve fights with nine stoppages and his last three fights ending in big KO stoppages, Buglioni, 24, faces the hardest test of his career against the Belarusian who ended the career of Jamie Moore and took big hitters Martin Murray and Ryan Rhodes the distance.

He added, “I know he’s a good fighter. I know he has mixed with world-class opposition. He has stopped Jamie Moore, went the distance with Ryan Rhodes and only got beat by Martin Murray last time out by points. He is a very experienced guy and is going to be my toughest test to date. I haven’t underestimated him at all. I’ve trained very hard for him. I’ve got a mind in a good place and I’m ready to put on a good performance.  Once Khomitsky is out of the way I’m looking forward to feasting on my pizza!”

The Power Of London show features the next generation of boxing stars: WBO European Super-Middleweight Champion Frank Buglioni, Commonwealth Cruiserweight Champion Tony Conquest, WBA Intercontinental Welterweight Champion Bradley Skeete and Vacant WBA International Super-Bantamweight Title Challenger Lewis Pettitt.  An action-packed undercard features Chris Eubank Jnr., Eddie Chambers, Gary Corcoran, Tom Baker, Georgie Kean and the pro-debut of Simon Barclay.

http://www.boxingscene.com/frank-buglioni-eager-trade-punches-with-khomitsky–76583