Advertisement
Advertisement

Vincent Feigenbutz is Close To a Deal With Sauerland

By Alexey Sukachev

According to Bokser.org, Sauerland Event, the biggest German promotional company, is a day or two from striking a deal with red hot German prospect Vincent Feigenbutz (12-1, 11 KOs), a hard-hitting super middleweight brawler. Feigenbutz is said to fight next on June 7 in Schwerin against Italy-based Romanian Gheorghe Sabau (10-1, 6 KOs), who is coming off a recent TKO loss to another SE prospect Tyron Zeuge. The fight is scheduled for eight and will land into the undercard of Juergen Braehmer’s next title defense against Roberto Feliciano Bolonti.

Feigenbutz started his pro career in a tender age of 16. He lost his second fight by the TKO to another debutant Roman Javoev, who was five year his senior but then went undefeated in his next eleven fights, which included a decision over 6-0-3 Tiran Mkrtschjan and back-to-back stoppage victories over previously undefeated Poles Maciej Myszkin (15-0) and Andrzej Soldra (9-0-1).

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tobi.G on 05-20-2014

Feigenbutz is a good german prospect. Signing with Sauerland would be the best that could happen for his career. He had no amateur-career but started as an professional when he was 16. Now he is just 18. So he might…

Post a Comment/View More User Comments (1)
Top Headlines Andre Ward-Sullivan Barrera Confirmed For March 26 in Oakland Photos: Manny Pacquiao Flexing His Political Muscle Back Home Golden Boy VP: Shabranskyy Was Willing To Face Andre Ward Billy Dib: Thank God I Finally Got Away From 50 Cent! Francisco Vargas vs. Orlando Salido Still a Possibility? Martinez-Berchelt On Course For March 12 After WBO Rejects Appeal Julio Ceja, Hugo Ruiz Ready For Rematch War on Feb. 27th Anthony Joshua-Charles Martin in Serious Talks, Says Hearn Zou Shiming Ring Return Draws 36.5 Million Viewers in China Gabe Bracero Arrested After Allegedly Beating Up Cop Rigondeaux To Train At Derry Mathews' Gym In Liverpool Oscar Duarte Signs With Golden Boy, Returns February 19 Juan Hernandez Has Chocolatito In Sights After Latest Win Gallagher: Canelo is Not Golovkin, Amir Khan Can Win K. Porter: Shawn Will Punish Keith Thurman Until He Breaks Lomachenko on When He Learned Mike Tyson Was Not Ukrainian Masternak Returns on Loaded April 2 Bill In Krakow Jazza Dickens Embraces Underdog Role Versus Rigondeaux Kiatniwat Scores Repeat Win Over Lebron in Thailand Nonito Donaire's Trainer Expects Pressure Fight From Bedak Hearn Expects Quigg To Score "Brutal" Knockout of Frampton Tasif Khan Stops Isaac Quaye In Six, Wins WBU/GBU Crowns Eddie Chambers: The Division is in Good Hands With Tyson Fury Moralde, Duno Ready To Go To War in General Santos City Amir Khan: Once My Shots Land on Canelo, He Will Think Twice! Mayweather: Khan Thinks He Can Do What I Did To Canelo Here's One Vote For Another Bernard 'Alien' Hopkins Sighting Erik Morales: Amir Khan Won't Last Four Rounds With Canelo Luis Ortiz Warns Tony Thompson: Barking Dogs Don't Bite! Billy Dib To Face Sukkasem Kietyongyuth on February 26 Arreola Suspended For 90 Days, Tests Positive For Marijuana Denis Lebedev-Yunier Dorticos Clash Ordered By The WBA Photos: Jamel Herring Makes Weight, Set For First TV Main Event Garcia's Team Disputes Possibility Of Donnie Nietes Fight Freddie Roach is Pleased With Frankie Gomez Performance Luis Ramos on Top Rank Deal, Desire For World Title Fight Golovkin's Promoter Confirms Interest in Bernard Hopkins Fight Luis Ortiz-Thompson Set, But Not Yet Sanctioned By WBA Francisco Santana To Return on Top Rank Bill on April 2 Adamek-Molina: Mateusz Masternak To Face Fields on The Card
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement