On December 6, in Frankfurt, Germany, letting her fists do the talking, Christina Hammer, 159 ¾, successfully defended her WBO and WBF middleweight titles for the sixth time with a first-round technical knockout of the outgunned Carmen Garcia, 159 ¾. With the win, Hammer of Dortmund, Germany by way of Novodolinka, Kazakhstan, improved to an impressive (16-0, 8 KOs). 2013 witnessed Hammer, in dominate fashion, win the WBF and WBO super-middleweight titles with a unanimous decision victory over Zita Zatyko and successfully defend the WBO and WBF middleweight titles twice.
On the undercard, Ramona Kuehne, 128 ¾, of Berlin, Germany, who has won major titles in three weight classes, successfully defended her WIBF, WBO, & WBF super-featherweight titles with a sixth-round technical knockout of Renata Domsodi, 126 ¾, of Budapest, Hungary. The successful defense was the seventh of her WIBF title and the fifth of the WBF and WBO belts. The underrated 33-year-old Kuehne, now (21-1, 7 KOs), moves into pound-for-pound relevance in the sport and sits at or near the top of the loaded super-featherweight division that features Diana Prazak, Ronica Jeffrey, and “defector girl” Hyun-Mi Choi. With the loss, Domsodi drops to (11-4, 5 KOs) and for the second time, losses by knockout to Kuehne in a world title fight.