Tonight at the Burg-Waechter Castello in Dusseldorf, Germany, WBA Bantam ruler Wladimir Sidorenko puts his title on the line against Panamanian southpaw Anselmo Moreno on the top of a very big bill.
Sidorenko, 21-0-2 (7), won the WBA belt in early 2005 with a unanimous decision over Mexico's Julio Zarate and to date has retained the title seven times in a row.
This will be the first trip back to Germany for Sidorenko since March of last year as the 31 year old Ukrainian native won his last two contests in France and Japan.
Tonight, Sidorenko will carry his high work rate style into the ring against Anselmo Moreno, a young and hungry challenger from El Martillo, Panama.
The 22 year old southpaw is the reigning WBA Fedecentro titlist and won a WBA title eliminator last August by crushing longtime former NABF beltholder Ricardo "Chapo" Vargas in just one round. More...