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Old 11-09-2014, 05:45 AM   #1
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Super Middleweight prospect Vincent Feigenbutz has been added to the Liverpool show on the 22nd November. 19 year old Feigenbutz fights under the Sauerland banner and already had 17 professional bouts.

Has anyone seen any of his previous fights?
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Old 11-09-2014, 06:30 AM   #2
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Super Middleweight prospect Vincent Feigenbutz has been added to the Liverpool show on the 22nd November. 19 year old Feigenbutz fights under the Sauerland banner and already had 17 professional bouts.

Has anyone seen any of his previous fights?
Yes, I saw he's last 2 performances. He's a really strong guy who overwhelmes his opponent. He definitely has some skills. He's very young, but entertaining to watch.
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Old 11-09-2014, 06:30 AM   #3
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Groves posted a picture of himself with Feigenbutz on twitter not to long ago basically saying "watch out for this guy".

Good to see further link up between Matchroom and Sauerland on Sky, having just one promotional banner dominate the main TV platform when it comes to sports wasn't ideal.
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Old 11-10-2014, 09:38 AM   #4
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I first saw Feigenbutz' fight in Dachau last year. He domolished his opponent (who admitedly wasn't all that) but looked quite impressive doing it.

I was talking up him and a young lightweight called James Chereji who also looked pretty good that night.

I get the impression his team think he's actually better than he is. There no doubt he packs a punch but the rest of his game needs much work in my opinion. Massive potential and has a big future if he's developed at the right pace.
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Old 11-10-2014, 11:15 AM   #5
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This is the boy that Kalle Sauerland offered to Eddie to fight Callum Smith just now for nothing.
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Old 11-10-2014, 12:04 PM   #6
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This is the boy that Kalle Sauerland offered to Eddie to fight Callum Smith just now for nothing.
What's Eddie said?
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Old 11-10-2014, 12:44 PM   #7
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What's Eddie said?
what do you think
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Looked this kid up on boxrec as i'm always interested in promising young boxers.

I can spot a Roid Gut a mile away and this kid looks like he might have one.

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Looked this kid up on boxrec as i'm always interested in promising young boxers.

I can spot a Roid Gut a mile away and this kid looks like he might have one.

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Bit early for the roid accusations surely?
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Bit early for the roid accusations surely?
Not really, unfortunately there's kids as young as 16 who are taking steroids nowadays.

It might just be his genetics but i've been in enough Gyms(weight lifting kind) to know the look and they always have that distended belly when the rest of them is cut.

I'm pretty sure a large percentage of the Boxers who fight out of Germany are on something. East Germany were on the forefront of roids in sports and when the Wall came down they would have migrated towards the rest of German sports.
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I've seen him just once so far, on the Huck vs. Larghetti undercard in August.

He fought in the co-main event to Abraham vs. Smith, but I was late catching up with that card and only started my RBR shortly before the main event.

Here was my call of Feigenbutz vs. Simeunovic, and my impression of him immediately afterward:

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Round 1

Simeunovic is trotting in sideways, jabbing into Feigenbutz's arms and bowling in rights on the body. Feigenbutz is waiting, goal posts up firmly in front, countering with straight flurries and left hooks on the liver once he gets Simeunovic backing up. Simeunovic down, slip. He comes trotting in with more crab-n-jab and sloppy looping rights on the body. Feigenbutz takes small adjustment steps and blocks, then flurries straight into Simeunovic's face to back him up and bring up his guard. Left hooks downstairs, Simeunovic hurt. Feigenbutz unloads with left and right hooks on the head and body. Simeunovic down from accumulation. Simeunovic runs in to lean on Feigenbutz. Sustained attack, over.

KO1!

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Vinny F**king-Butts is the eighth man to halt Simeunovic and not even the first to get rid of him in one (Arif Magomedov only needed half as long: ninety seconds) so it was no spectacular achievement.

Still, he took care of business and didn't look terrible and picked up a couple of baubles - the vacant GBU 168lb title and some minor WBO belt as well...and improves to 15-1 (14).

His one loss was by TKO early on, so Feigenbutz might prove to be a good TV action fighter if not a special one destined for anything past domestic/regional success. I won't mind seeing him on more undercards based on this showing.
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is this relevant to the british forum?
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is this relevant to the british forum?
His next fight is on a card in the UK, so I suppose it is.
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His next fight is on a card in the UK, so I suppose it is.
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Old 11-12-2014, 11:58 AM   #15
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is this relevant to the british forum?
Actually no.
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