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WBF Intercontinental Clash In Krefeld: Kanguel vs. Misic
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PREVIEW   Photo: Yusuf Kanguel who fights Bosko Misic for the World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental Super Middleweight title on November 26.

Yusuf “ZaZa” Kanguel squares off with Bosko Misic for the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental Super Middleweight title, topping a bill at the Baslar Eventlocation in Krefeld, Germany on Sunday, November 26.

Former German national Champion Kanguel, 13-2-1 (7), is four years into his professional career, and has won six straight since getting the short end of a split decision against Tiran Metz (12-1-4) in December of 2015.

Last December he impressively stopped Georgian Tornike Gikashvili (14-2-1) in the third round of a twelve-rounder, and he has since scored two more inside-the-distance victories this year to line up his opportunity to become a WBF Champion.

Croatian Southpaw puncher Bosko Misic, 13-5 (12), turned professional a year earlier than Kanguel. Seven years the younger man at twenty-six, he too has shown good form in recent fights, winning seven of his last eight outings.

With twelve of his thirteen victories coming inside four rounds, Misic is a dangerous foe for Kanguel, who needs to be switched on from the start. But Misic is also capable of winning over the twelve-round distance, which he did in the only fight he hasn't won by knockout.

Besides professional boxing, the show, billed as “ZaZa´s Fight Night”, will also feature amateur boxing, K1 and Kick-boxing.

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