By Per Ake Persson
Former WBA super middleweight champion (interim version) Vincent Feigenbutz (23-2) will take on Argentinean Guillermo Ruben Andino (10-1) on October 1 in Neubrandenburg.
Andino is the younger brother of Crispulo Javier Andino, whom Feigenbutz knocked out in May. Also added to the Neubrandenburg bill is Mike Keta. Feigenbutz vs Keta was in fact set for September 23 in Karlsruhe but was postponed until December 3.
Headlining this Sauerland Event promotion at the Jahnsporthalle is Juergen Braehmer´s defence of the WBA light heavyweight (regular version) title against Nathan Cleverly with the clash between Enrico Koelling and Ryno Liebenberg, also at 175, in the chief support.
IN OTHER NEWS: Lightweight Kent Cruz and middleweight Junior Castillo each scored impressive victories this past Saturday night on the televised portion of a Premier Boxing Champions card on NBC Sports Network at Cowboys Dance Hall in San Antonio.
Cruz went to 11-0 with a eight-round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Rickey Edwards, while Castillo got back in the win column with a six round unanimous decision over Josue Ovando.
Cruz was very impressive as he showed an all-around performance by mixing up good boxing skills and power to take Edwards "0" in the battle of undefeated fighters.
Cruz scored a knockdown in round two and hurt Edwards several more times as he featured a solid overhand right to win by scores of 77-74 & 77-73 twice.
The 23 year-old native of St. Louis improved his mark to 11-0 with six knockouts.
Castillo of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic rebounded nicely from his first professional defeat to put in six solid rounds of work in against the 26 fight veteran.
Castillo improved his record to 11-1 with nine knockouts with victory, which came via scores of 60-54 and 58-56.
"It was a good night for our two prospects," said King's Promotions CEO Marshall Kauffman.
"Kent was very impressive as he showed a lot of ability against another undefeated fighter. He is a very young fighter at just 23 years-old and we feel that he has a chance to be a championship level fighter in time. Junior showed that he could bounce back off of his loss. He fought a guy who has taken world class and title challengers the distance. Junior did as well if not better than those guys did and this was just his 12th fight. We will get him back in a meaningful fight very shortly."