Feigenbutz lands Interim WBA World title shot

German KO artist Vincent Feigenbutz 19-1, 18 KO’s will take on Mauricio Reynoso 15-1-1, 11 KO’s for the Interim WBA World super-middleweight title as chief support for Arthur Abraham’s fourth WBO World title fight with Robert Stieglitz on July 18 at the GERRY WEBER STADIUM in Halle, Germany.

Feigenbutz gets his first crack at world honours when he takes on the Peruvian-puncher Reynoso, and the 19 year-old aims to prove he is ready for global domination by becoming the youngest German fighter to claim a version of the world title.

‘’Since I started my professional career, I have said that my goal is to become world champion,’’ said Feigenbutz. ‘’Many people laughed at me and said I would never achieve this, but on July 18, I will prove all these people wrong and show I have what it takes to become the next world champion.’’

Promoter Kalle Sauerland told DAILY SPORT Boxing ‘’Vince is a phenomenal athlete. At just 19 years of age he has already worked his way to the top of the division. On July 18, he can cement his position by becoming the WBA Interim World Champion. A victory is never enough for Vince, he wants to knock his opponents out, and this guarantees excitement for the fans at the Gerry Weber Stadium.’’

And British fight fans can catch all the action on Sky Sports.

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