Braamkamp 1, 22297 Hamburg, Germany. The best address in German heavyweight boxing is a former school gym across from the police academy.
The German champion Peter Kadiru (24 / SES Boxing) trains there, as does gym buddy Albon Pervizaj (25).
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One year after his victory over Roman Gorst (32), Kadiru defends his title for the first time on October 9th in Mageburg. His opponent in the Getec-Arena: Boris Estenfelder (34 / Frankfurt). The head of a security company (balance sheet: 11 wins, 2 defeats, 1 draw) lost the historic BDB belt to Gorst himself in 2019 – now he wants it back with all his might.
The unbeaten Kadiru (11 wins / 6 Ko) had taken a ring break after four wins in the Corona year 2020 and trained with world champion Anthony Joshua (31 / England). In July he reported back with a lightning knockout against Adnan Redzovic (44 / Bosnia).
Pervizaj wants to win the International German Championship against Habib Vuqiterna (29 / Austria) on Saturday in Hamburg’s Roßhafen on the premises of a container company. “I am physically fit like never before as a professional,” says the former Sauerland professional, who is now managed by the “Pyx” company.
The Hamburg Jung changed the diet, renounced sweet soft drinks and plowed till you drop with fit maker René Clasen. “If I win the title, our gym will be well equipped,” grins Pervizaj. “I have agreed with Peter that we will only box against each other when we are both world champions …”