#WSBV – Day 3 Rafako Hussars Poland and Argentina Condors both look for their first WSB win

30 January 2015 News
#WSBV Pol va Arg

#WSBV Pol va Arg

Both Rafako Hussars Poland and Argentina Condors are still searching for their first World Series of Boxing (WSB) victories of the season, which makes this Group B clash a tantalising fixture.

After losing away in Puerto Rico, Poland were within one round of defeating Astana Arlans Kazakhstan, but eventually lost the match, while Argentina are 0-2 after two defeats.

Hala OSiR Włocławek is the venue for this match, and on Saturday January 31st 2015 fans across the world can watch the action free, live and on demand from 20:30 (GMT +1) at AIBABoxingTV.com.

Home favourite  Dawid Sebastian Jagodzinski lost his opening match in Puerto Rico, and will look to avert that slide at Light flyweight (49 kg) against Argentina’s Junior Zarate who won his opening fight against Nico Hernandez.

At Bantamweight (56 kg) Poland’s Sylwester Kozlowski makes his first appearance of the season against the Argentine stylist Ignacio Perrin who also makes his WSB season debut.

Light welterweight (64 kg) Damian Kiwior already has WSB experience, but lost his opening match of Season V, and he will seek revenge against Roban Sanchez.

One of the best fights of the night should be the Middleweight (75 kg) contest between Tomasz Jablonski, who knocked out Jean Alicea in week one, against Argentina’s Christian Zarate who packs a very exciting style.

The last bout of the evening is at Heavyweight (91 kg), where Poland’s Igor Pawel Jakubowski will look to continue the momentum of his first week stoppage victory against Elber Passos.

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