Super middleweight titlist Fedor Chudinov (14-0, 10 KOs), & Felix Sturm (39-5-3, 18 KOs) are slated to rematch December 8th in Germany. On May 9th, 2015 Chudinov won a split decision against Sturm to claim the vacant WBA World super middleweight title, scores: judges: Robert Hoyle 118-110, Victor Simons 112-116, Juan Manuel Garcia Reyes 116-112.
After defeating Strum, Chudinov, defended the title against Frank Buglioni winning a twelve round UD. During the fight Buglioni had two points deducted for punching and sending Chudinov to the canvas after the bell in the 6th round. Chudinov is currently undefeated with a 71% knockout ratio, with a toatl of 12bouts and fighting 63 rounds. He started is professional boxing career in 2009 against Shawn Kirk.
Before Felix Sturm's lost to Fedor Chudinov, Strum is coming off a draw to Robert Stieglitz and a UD lost to Sam Soliman. Strum's most notable fight was against Oscar De La Hoya in 2004 where many fans thought Oscar De La Hoya lost the fight. Since then Sturm's has built up a strong resume of fights with a good boxing career. He is looking to get the WBA World super middleweight title and maybe set up a big fight against Triple G.
The event will take place in Germany at a venue to be determined. No word on networks airing the fight at this time.