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Kozin Beats Bajic, Still WBF World Champion
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FIGHT REPORT   Photo: "The Princess", World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Middleweight Champion Ema Kozin. 

In what was her American debut, “The Princess”, undefeated 19-year-old World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Middleweight Champion Ema Kozin from Slovenia, made a successful first defense of her crown on Friday night, March 16.

At Remington Park in Oklahoma City, USA, Kozin fended off the gutsy challenge of former IBF world titlist Eva Bajic in impressive fashion, stopping the experienced Serbian in five one-sided rounds in front of a loud crowd.

Kozin made a clear statement that she is one of the best female Middleweights on the planet, and should now be in the mix for super fights against the likes of former WBF World Champion Christina Hammer and American Olympic hero Claressa Shields who is rumoured to be moving down in weight.

Kozin, having won the WBF World title last October in Ljubljana against Kenyan Florence Muthoni, improved her unblemished record to 13-0 (8). Bajic (33), who previously fought under her birth-name Eva Halasi, falls to 13-11 (9).

Promoter of the fight was HD Promotions.

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