Réka Krempf

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Réka Krempf boxer
Birth Name Réka Krempf
Weight class Super flyweight
nationality Hungarian
birthday 4th September 1976
place of birth Esztergom , Hungary
style Left delivery
size 1.62 m
Combat Statistics
Struggles 25th
Victories 13
Knockout victories 5
Defeats 8th
draw 3

Réka Krempf (born September 4, 1976 in Esztergom ) is a Hungarian boxer .

Réka Krempf, who is known as boxing queen in her home country , began her boxing career in 2002. She is the current WIBF world champion in super flyweight. She won this World Cup belt in February 2006 against the Russian Galina Kolewa Iwanowa .

She also has international success in kickboxing . For example, in 2004 she won the Kickboxing World Cup in the full contact women up to 56 kg class in Maribor, Slovenia .

Her career highlight so far was the fight against the German flyweight world champion Regina Halmich on January 13, 2007 in Halle . She appeared as a replacement for the originally intended Mary Ortega (USA), who had been banned by the WIBF for doping, in this compulsory defense of Regina Halmich. She lost this fight over ten rounds clearly on points.

She is trained by Ferenc Csillag and Miklós Zrínyi.

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