A spring in the step of the World Boxing Council this April, due to a super busy schedule.
Here’s what’s in store:
April 6 / Eva Wahlstrom vs. Melissa St. Vil / Finland
Eva Wahlstrom is ready to make the fourth defence of her WBC world crown in the super featherweight division this Saturday in Helsinki. This time Eva faces hard-charging rival Melissa St. Vil, born in Haiti, but from the heart of Brooklyn.
St. Vil, who currently holds the WBC silver belt, stresses that title will soon have a new owner. However, Eva is an undefeated champion who pledges she will not let go of the cherished Green and Gold belt she conquered, defeating Natalia Vanesa del Valle Aguirre.
April 7 / Eva Voraberger vs. Nina Radovanovic / Austria
The Arena Nova of Austria, will be the setting and scene, where the WBC interim bantamweight title will be at stake, between Eva Voraberger and Nina Radovanovic.
Eva comes from winning the Silver title by defeating Hungarian Alexandra Lakatos in the first round by knockout in just 1:43 seconds, she faces a complicated and determined opponent who only has one defeat in her 12 professional fights.
April 8 / Lerato Dlamini vs. Sidney Maluleka / South Africa
Lerato Dlamini and Sidney Maluleka, two South Africans warriors, are ready and more than willing to try their level best, not only to thrill the fans, but also because the WBC international title in the featherweight division, is up for grabs.
The fight will take place at the Emperor’s Palace.
April 15 / Daigo Higa vs. Cristofer Rosales / Japan
WBC flyweight world champion, Daigo Higa is confident of making a successful defense of his crown when he faces Nicaraguan Cristofer Rosales.
The challenge might not be easy, but Higa was crystal clear in saying that he will knock out his challenger, because he wants to get his 16th victory in a row…by fast track.
April 21 / Jermall Charlo vs. Hugo Centeno / New York
Hugo Centeno reports he’s fully recovered from an injury and ready to face Jermall Charlo for the interim WBC middleweight belt. A match that has awakened enormous expectations, since Charlo comes from defeating Jorge Heiland in four rounds, while Centeno reaches this commitment with a victory by knockout over Immanuwel Aleem.
April 28 / Jelena Mrdjenovich vs. Stephanie Ducastel / Canada
WBC featherweight champion, Jelena Mrdjenovich defends her crown against French Stephanie Ducastel whom she defeated by split decision last July 1.
Jelena, who will fight at home this time, again seeks victory, yet this time around, in a more forceful way.