World War III Battle of Germany: Robin Krasniqi vs Dominic Boesel II Boxen Preview
By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent
World War III has arrived. The Battle of Germany pits International Boxing Organisation World Light Heavyweight champion Robin Krasniqi, 51-6 with 19 knockouts, Gersthofen, Bayern, Germany, in the main event rematch of a Boxen Live eight-bout card against the former IBO champion Dominic Boesel, 31-2, 12 knockouts, Freyburg, Sachsen-Anholt, Germany, at GETEC Arena, Magdeburg, Germany, October 9, 2021.
Make no mistake about it. Exactly one year after their first confrontation, Germany has a rematch war. Krasniqi won by third-round knockout in the same ring in October 2020. Krasniqi will win by knockout in eight rounds or less in this rematch. The Battle of Germany will get ugly, and it is the best world championship bout in Germany in quite some time. Krasniqi is hungry, and should try for one of the main event titles in a unification, WBC, WBA, WBO, IBF, after winning this rubber match at 175 pounds.
GETEC Arena Undercard Predictions
Peter Kediru, 11-0, six knockouts, Hamburg Germany, Win 10, Boris Estenfelder, 11-2-1 with seven knockouts, Frankfurt, Germany. Bout will be fought for Kadiru’s German BED Heavyweight title.
Roman Fress, 13-0, eight knockouts, Magdeburg, Germany, Win 10, Luca D’Ortenzi, 15-1 with eight knockouts, Rome, Italy, for World Boxing Organisation Inter-Continental Cruiserweight title held by Fress. D’Ortenzi holds the IBO International Cruiserweight title, which is not on the line here.
16-0 Istanbul, Turkey heavyweight contender Umut Camkiran and 4-0 Germany welterweight prospect Julian Vogel are predicted to win on the undercard. Three German fighters, Hamburg cruiserweight Ammar Abduljabbar, Flensburg heavyweight Victor Jurk, and Stralsund middleweight Max Suske, are predicted to win their four round professional debuts.