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    NASHVILLE-The fight wasn't necessarily over at the weigh-in, but the writing was already on the wall for Vincent Feigenbutz regardless of the result of his second bid at a major title. The 24-year old former interim titlist from Karlsruhe, Germany was undersized and significantly outgunned in his super middleweight title bid versus Caleb Plant, who delivered a showcase performance at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, less than 45 minutes from his Ashland City, Tennessee hometown. Feigenbutz (31-3, 28KOs) went in with a sound game plan, but it went awry in a hurry despite his hanging tough before suffering a 10th round stoppage loss in their Premier Boxing Champion (PBC) on Fox headliner.
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  • #2
    I agree he would be harder to handle at middleweight but any slick boxer with just a little pop will beat him easy.

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    • #3
      He looked noticeably smaller than plant. Kids obviously got a punch and he is obviously strong and takes a decent shot as he didnt go down. Th e real problem in his career is the lack of amateur pedigree....having no amateur background at all is tough. Best thing he could do is move to the USA and find a world class trainer.....hes not Maske, hes not Ottke...he needs a trainer whos going to maximise an in fighter style

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      • #4
        Feigenbutz vs Derevyanchenko would be a fair match

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        • #5
          Its sad it took him taking an ass whipping from a guy way bigger than him for his handlers to realize that.

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          • #6
            I can also see him faring better once he's back in with Peruvian street sweepers

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            • #7
              If he goes back to fighting nobodies in Germany like he was doing before Saturday night he would fare better as well. Can't see him beating anyone of note at middleweight, although Sauerland will somehow get him a vacant title shot in Germany against a clubfighter, just like they did against De Carolis at 168

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              • #8
                I saw Fiegenbutz a few times on the TV years ago and it was obvious he was far better than average. He looked really good for pretty much a young kid starting out and had decent power and whiskers.

                As a few have remarked though, being protected in Germany won't help him develop and I've read he's been gifted wins already. Some of these guys need to pack the bags and head to the US and get some real work in.

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                • #9
                  Or maybe Benevidez is right about him.

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