Culcay to face Serre for WBA Junior-Middleweight title

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Jack Culcay to face Frederic Serre 13-6, 3KO’s for WBA Junior-Middleweight Intercontinental title on the undercard of Stieglitz v Abraham at the o2
World Berlin, Germany on August 25. “I am very excited to be fighting for my first
professional title,” said “Golden” Jack, whose nickname stems from winning
the Amateur World Championships 2009 in Milan. He was the first German boxer
to win gold after 14 years.

Since then the 26-year-old, who was raised in Darmstadt, Germany but now
lives in Hamburg, Germany, has stepped into the ring eleven times as a pro.
He won every one of them, seven by KO and has consequently risen to number
twelve in the WBA rankings. Culcay his last bout was against the Italian
Salvatore Annunziata at the Porsche-Arena in Stuttgart, Germany on February
25. He ended the fight early by technical knockout in round seven.

Culcay: “Since then, I have been preparing myself for the next fight. I
can’t wait to be inside the ring and fight Serre.”

The “Golden Boy” was supposed to fight in Hamburg on July 14, but due to the
cancelation of the event, Culcay had to be patient and continue with his
work in the gym, in order to stay in shape for the Berlin bout. “That
doesn’t really bother me. Now I can show off my abilities inside a huge
arena and in front of a huge crowd,” said the junior-middleweight.

Daily Sport says – Culcay is one to watch and was due to have been on the undercard of Haye v Chisora until Saureland Event pulled out of the show.


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