On November 24 at the Deutches Haus
in Flensburg, Germany, Freddy Kiwitt
and Harry Simon Jr. will collide for
the vacant World Boxing Federation
(WBF) World Super Welterweight
Boy” Kiwitt, 24-3 (14), a Liberian
born German, is a former African
(ABU) and WBO European champion,
besides having won various smaller
accolades, but this will be his
first crack at a world championship.
The 33-year-old turned pro in 2013
and had his first seven bouts in the
United Kingdom, but has since gone
back and forth, fighting in both
Germany, the U.K. as well as Ghana
and Denmark. Now he has settled his
career in Germany, where he has won
seven straight since 2021.
Namibia´s Simon Jr., 20-1 (14), is
the 26-year-old son of former WBO
world Middleweight champion Harry
Simon. He entered the paid code in
2017, and won the Namibian national
Light Welterweight title in 2019.
This will also be his first world
title fight, and by far the biggest
fight of his career.
The intriguing WBF world title fight
will headline a show promoted by
Kahrlo Rueda, who is staging his
fifth card in the north German city,
only a few kilometres from the