Luan Krasniqi

Red n'black I dress eagle on my chest. It's good to be ALBANIAN.
Keep my head up high for that flag I die. I'm proud to be ALBANIAN.
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Tubajiki: A Closer Look...
Monday, April 03, 2006
By Roger T. Tubajiki - April 2, 2006
After his sensational bout in a losing effort against Lamon Brewster last year, German heavyweight contender Luan Krasniqi, 28-2-1, 14 KO’s will return to the ring to face David Bostice, 35-11, 15 KO’s on April 29, 2006 at the Hans-Martin-Schleyer-Halle in Stuttgart, Germany. Currently rated number #3 in the WBO rankings, Krasniqi absolutely wants another shot at a world title in order to accomplish his promise he once made to Max Schmeling that he would bring a title belt back to Germany. Despite his knockout loss to Lamon Brewster which was a great disappointment for those who hoped to have a second German Heavyweight World Champion crowned that particular evening which also happened to be the day day in which the late former Heavyweight Champion Max Schmeling would have celebrated his 100th birthday (September 28, 2005). Luan has been taken to be technically good not only from observers, but also Brewster himself, when he admitted after defending his WBO heavyweight world title that Krasniqi was a tough and technically better boxer in that bout. For this, Luan is highly motivated to walk to the ring again with determination... [source]
Roger T. Tubajiki was born in the city of Kinshasa in 1969. Kinshasa is a big name in the boxing history which featured Muhammad Ali and George Foreman in one of the greatest matches in boxing history that took place on October 30, 1974 and is still known to this day as "The Rumble in the Jungle". Tubajiki moved to Germany many years ago and works as a painting artist and as a Customer Representative Agent. After many years of putting his brush down, he is now back with brush and pencil to capture his beloved sport of boxing.

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posted by Eagle @ Monday, April 03, 2006  
  • At 06 June, 2006 16:18, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I would like to thank Roger T. Tubajiki for his great job and I appreciate readind his articles.


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