By Alex Hermann
Former WBA/WBC female bantamweight champion Anita Christensen was Saturday back in the ring, when she headlined a show in her hometown of Randers, Denmark. Christensen has been out of the ring since 2010, where she drew with Kaliesha West, and tonight she outpointed Isabelle Leonardi over six. The reigning French champion was the aggressive fighter, and she landed several good bombs on Christensen, who on the other side was a better fighter. Christensen was faster, and when Leonardi missed, she landed a number of good jabs. The fight seemed to be close, but the judges gave it to Anita Christensen (25-1-1, 8 KO). The scores were 58-56 twice and 59-56.
Kim Poulsen improved to 21-1, 6 KO, when he won a huge dicision over Miguel Aguilar from Nicaraqua. Aguilar was down in the opening round, and Poulsen was just a better fighter. When Aguilar failed, Poulsen showed great skills and punished him. Scores were 80-71 on all three cards.
Kasper Bruun did well and scored his 14th victory as a pro, when he outpointed Bulgarian Asan Yuseinov over six. Bruun showed in moments fine skills, and he rocked Yseinov in the second, floored him the fourth, and rocked him once again in the fifth. In the last round an out of balance Bruun went down and received an eight count. Also Yseunov received a count in the last round. Kasper Bruun (14-0-1, 3 KO) won by the scores of 59-52, 59-54 and 60-53.
Middleweight Abdul Khattab (2-0, 1 KO) showed fine skills, when he outpointed late sub Dmitrij Kalinovskij over four. Khattab, 19, is trained by Ricard Olsen, who moved Mikkel Kessler from being a 13 year old schoolboy to being a world champion, and he won every round against Kalinovskij. Khattab showed fine technical skills, and he landed many power punches through the fight.
Stephan Alms (2-0, 1 KO) needed all the rounds to beat Borislav Zankov from Bulgaria. Alms is very strong, but he need more technical skills, and the fight against Zankov was harder than necessary. Stephan Alms won it 40-36 on all three cards.