Boxing Live: Vincent Feigenbutz on the way to super middleweight title fight?
Vincent Feigenbutz is a knockout machine. With a knockout rate of 84 percent from 32 boxing matches, Vincent Feigenbutz guarantees an exciting boxing night. Against Cesar Nunez Feigenbutz wants to defend his title of GBU super middleweight. His goal is yet another World Cup fight against Callum Smith, Chris Eubank Jr., Billy Joe Saunders or Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez. All information about "boxing Live "at Sport1 read here.
Vincent Feigenbutz vs. Cesar Nunez: "Boxing Live" on free TV and live stream on 17.08.2019
Sport 1 broadcasts the boxing event of the Sauerland boxing stable live from Karlsruhe. Vincent Feigenbutz has a "home game" again, this time in the Friedrich-Ebert-Halle in Karlsruhe. Start of the live broadcast is 10pm. When the boxing fight against the Spaniard Cesar Nunez exactly starts, is not yet known. If you do not want to miss the fight, it's best to switch on Sport1 at 10pm. The test of endurance for Vincent Feigenbutz on his way to the world title in super middleweight but you can also in the live stream at Sports 1 follow. There will probably be no TV replay. In the Media library Sport 1 provides the boxing fans but individual fights.
The boxing gala in Karlsruhe on August 17, 2019: Will Vincent Feigenbutz once again deliver a spectacular KO victory?
With full-bodied announcements Vincent Feigenbutz is quickly on the spot. The only 23-year-old Karlsruher ever announced that he wanted to miss his opponent Cesar Nunez with a knockout victory the first defeat. Feigenbutz is a big favorite in the fight with his punch and his impetuous fighting style. But especially in his knockout defeat against De Carolis in 2016, he revealed weaknesses on the defensive. Feigenbutz and his coach Zoltan Lunka have prepared optimally as the "Bild" writes: "We had a good, but also really exhausting preparation, as the hot temperatures of up to 40 degrees certainly played a role in the gym."
Underestimate the still very young Karlsruher his opponent certainly not. Cesar Nunez has completed despite his age (34) only 17 professional fights. Feigenbutz already has more experience. After all, he fought 130 laps in his 32 fights so far, Nunez only 87 laps in 17 boxing bouts. At 179 cm both fighters are the same size, but the more compact and powerful boxer is Vincent Feigenbutz.
"Boxing Live": The fights of the Undercard in the Karlsruhe Friedrich Ebert Halle in Karlsruhe
The fight evening promises some interesting boxing fights. Here you can see the headings in the overview (source Sport1):
Fight 1 (super middleweight over 6 rounds): Dimitar Tilev (Germany / 7-0, 4 knockout)
vs. Rene Molik (Czech Republic / 2-4-1, 1 K.o.)
Fight 2 (light heavyweight over 6 rounds): Benjamin Gavazi (Germany / 8-0, 5 knockout) vs. Ondrej Budera (Czech Republic / 10-11-1, 7 K.o.)
Fight 3 (super light weight over 6 rounds): Hadi Srour (Norway, 3-0, 2 knockout)
vs. Evgenii Vazem (Russia, 8-7, 3 K.o.)
Fight 4 (lightweight over 8 rounds): Katharina Thanderz (Norway / 11-0, 2 knockout) vs. Monica Gentili (Italy / 6-10, 1 K.o.)
Fight 5 (featherweight over 6 rounds): Sophie Alisch (Germany / 3-0, 1 knockout)
vs. Vanesa Caballero (Spain / 1-5-3)
Battle 6 (GBU world championship super welterweight over 12 rounds): Ahmad Ali (Germany / 14-0-1, 10 knockout)
vs. Arman Torosyan (Germany / 19-6-1, 16 K.o.)
Fight 7 (IBO International & GUB World Super Middleweight Championship over 12 rounds): Vincent Feigenbutz (Germany / 30-2, 27 knockout)
vs. Cesar Nunez (Spain / 16-0-1, 8 K.o.)
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