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In a non-title matchup of Serbian countrywomen, Nina Radovanovic (12-1, 3 KOs) out-wrestled Ajla Lukac (1-2) to a Split Decision 6-Round Bantamweight win on Friday evening.

In a rematch from their April 2017 match, Radovanovic started out with slick movement and snapping jabs with setup rights to the head and body.

Lukac kept her guard up, using her reach advantage, attempting to keep the space between herself and her active opponent.

Radovanic did not tire so Lukac changed her game plan in the 4th Round, turning it to more of a wrestling match.

The WBF/WIBF/GBU Super Flyweight Champ got inside and finding the mark at more rapid pace with Lukac grabbing, pushing, lacing through the 6th and final round. Many warnings were given but no points were taken by the referee.

Official Scores: 59-56, 59-57, 56-59 giving Radovanic the Split Decision edge

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