Vincent Feigenbutz (21-1, 19 KOs) and his opponent Giovanni De Carolis (23-6, 11 KOs) both performed a public workout on Wednesday ahead of their vacant WBA World Super Middleweight title fight on Saturday night at the Baden-Arena in Offenburg, Germany.
In front of close to 800 spectators at the famous Europa-Park amusement centre in Rust, the battling super middleweights took to the ring to give fans an indication of what they can expect from their hotly anticipated World Championship rematch.
‘’The time for talking is almost over,’’ said the 20 year-old Feiegnbutz, who can become Germany’s youngest ever World Champion with a second victory over De Carolis. ‘’Now, I must show everybody what I can do in the ring!
‘’I’m 100% fit, and I promise the fans a better performance on Saturday night than they saw in our first fight. There is a lot of the line, and I will do everything I can to be crowned World Champion.’’
De Carolis appeared equally as confident as his young foe, insisting he has had the perfect training camp ahead of their World title tilt. ‘’I’m well prepared,’’ said the 31 year-old from Rome. ‘’I will give my all in the ring, and if everything goes to plan, I will be bringing the belt home to Italy.’’
Also present at today’s public workout were rising German stars Leon Bauer (5-0, 4 KOs), who at seventeen years of age is the country’s youngest professional boxer, and 21 year-old heavyweight Alexander Hofmann (1-0). Both are in action on Saturday night, with Bauer taking on the undefeated Ondrej Marvan (3-0, 2 KOs) and Hofmann searching for a second professional win against Bekim Pagga (5-8, 3 KOs).
Limited tickets for the WBA World Super Middleweight Championship fight between Vincent Feigenbutz and Giovanni De Carolis are available online via www.eventim.de and www.tickethall.de or by calling +49 (0) 1806-570044.