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Kelly "Kwik Fire" Fisher talks with SPM TV's The Drill Instructor, Dominic Esposito from Germany!

Updated: Jun 18, 2022

There is excitement in Bremen, Germany at the Predator Germany Open with Kelly “Kwik Fire” Fisher. SPM TV got the opportunity to interview Kelly from her hotel in Bremen, Germany before the game started.

Dominic Esposito a.k.a. Dominic Esposito does a great job with SPM TV’s Kat Day interview Kelly. In the interview Kelly Fisher explains the game and the intensity.

Kelly Fisher’s first match was played against Indonesia’s Sukmawaty Facquet, with Fisher on the Winners going on the round against Kim Witzel, and then M. SuBenguth giving Kelly Fisher the advantage to go against Jasmin Ouschan.

So far Kelly Fisher has won 4-0, 4-0, and now beat Jasmin Ouschan 4-3 taking Kelly to the Semi-Final to play Bojana Sarac. Fisher won the match with Bojana Sarac taking the game to Hill-Hill at the end taking Kelly Fisher to the Finals! According to Predator "Kelly Fisher will play Eylul Kibaroglu in the Women’s Division final of the Pro Billiard Series’ Predator Germany Open but in the Open division, Hall of Famer Ralf Souquet was defeated by Dimitris Loukatos in the quarter finals."

Talk about excitement in the Final with Kelly Fisher and Eylul Kibaroglu my oh my first the ladies go to a shoot-out and they tie, now they go to sudden death, The excitement is strong and this is the longest sudden death the score is 8-8 then 9-8 Eylul misses on the last shot and Kelly Fisher has won the Women’s at the Predator Germany Open! Congratulations to Kelly Fisher for winning the Final and another championship to add to the books!

According to Predator, “The winner of each 2022 Pro Billiard Series event will receive a guaranteed spot in the 2023 Predator Cues World 10-Ball Championship, which will be held February 27 through March 3 in Las Vegas. The winner of the Women’s Division will receive a guaranteed spot in the 2022 Predator World Women’s 10-Ball Championship, which will be held in Klagenfurt, Austria, September 6-10.”


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