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Wimberger Hotel in Vienna Austria, Eva Voraberger (21-5, 10 KOs) reclaimed her IBO, WIBF, and GBU Super Flyweight titles with a one-sided Unanimous Decision victory over Eileen Olszewski (10-7-3, 1 KO) on Saturday night.

Voraberger originally took ownership of the three championship belts in September of 2015 by disposing of Thailand’s Teeraporn Pannimit in an 8th Round stoppage.

In April of this year, she defended her titles against long-time championship veteran Esmeralda Moreno, who stole them in a Majority Decision affair. Shortly thereafter, Moreno chose to vacate the titles to return to the Flyweight division.

With the titles vacant, Voraberger thrilled her hometown fans in outworking the 48 year old Olszewski.

Official Scores: 98-92, 100-90, 99-91

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