Jack Culcay (14-1, 10 KOs) is more than ready to win back the WBA Intercontinental Championship, which he lost back in April. When the 28-year-old meets former conqueror Guido Nicolas Pitto (18-1, 7 KOs) on October 26 in Oldenburg, Germany, the Amateur World Champion of 2009 aims for an impressive performance.
"If there is one thing I learned from fighting Pitto, it's to keep up the pressure over the whole distance of a bout," said Culcay. "Only if you are dominating your opposition you can feel certain that you won the fight." The prodigy of coach Fritz Sdunek still believes that he was already the better man and has a simple plan to convince especially the judges at the EWE ARENA. "I will not step off the gas until the fight is over."
However, Pitto thinks that he can do even better in the rematch with Culcay. "Since I made the transition to train in Spain under the guidance of Ricardo Sanchez Atocha I progressed tremendously from fight to fight. Therefore I am confident of having improved again," the 26-year-old super-welterweight feels certain. "Culcay's best won't be enough to beat me."
Tickets for the big fight night at the EWE ARENA Oldenburg, which also sees Arthur Abraham, Robert Woge and Marcos Nader defending their respective titles, can be purchased at www.eventim.de and www.boxen.com .Tags: Jack Culcay