Young European prospect : Leon Bauer

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  1. BoxingNL

    BoxingNL Dutch P4P Champion Full Member

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    Name : Leon Bauer
    Age : 17
    Weightclass : Super Middleweight
    Country : Germany
    Record : 6-0 (5 KO's)

    He is prospect who is managed by Sauerland. He made his debut last year, when he was 16 and last night went up to 6-0 by destroying the Czech Ondrej Marvan in a round. Is in the same weight class as Feigenbutz and is a big prospect. Has an aggressive and forward style and carries power.

    His pro debut:
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    His last match (not the best quality and match end isn't shown, but it was stopped in Rd1):
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  2. HamburgBuam

    HamburgBuam Boxing Addict Full Member

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    He has the same strange manager as Feigenbutz and the same team. Could be dangerous...
     
  3. Rian016

    Rian016 Member Full Member

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    Unlike Feigenbutz, Bauer actually has an amateur background and has more skills
     
  4. Jpreisser

    Jpreisser Active Member Full Member

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    Looks alright. I'll keep an eye on him. I'm happy he doesn't fight in that typical ****py German style, a high guard and jabs and power shots every once in awhile.
     
  5. BoxingNL

    BoxingNL Dutch P4P Champion Full Member

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    Last night he had his first fight in the US and beat Russian Ilshat Khusnulgatin in a good fight.
    He's still very young an raw, but has good skills.
     
  6. ogii3

    ogii3 Active Member Full Member

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    Bauer has all the natural skills. He is learning fast. So far he is matched very well. I rate him above Fingenbutz as potential, because he is not only with heavy fists, but also is capable to move well. Needs to work some more on defense and counter punching.
     
  7. gmurphy

    gmurphy Land of the corrupt, home of the robbery! Full Member

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    i agree he has a lot of natural skills but is still very raw, his punching can be quiet wide and so is his stance at times and he arm punches a bit, but his movement especially his head movement is very good. a lot of talent but needs to develop properly and not be rushed
     
  8. Rian016

    Rian016 Member Full Member

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    Really needs to keep that chin down
     
  9. BoxingNL

    BoxingNL Dutch P4P Champion Full Member

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    Bauer will return on the Braehmer vs Cleverly undercard against
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  10. Odo

    Odo Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Is Bauer ethnic german or one of those countless russians who fight under germanized names like Robert Stieglitz or Edmund Gerber or all the numerous Antons and Waldemars in the amateurs? Even Germany's olmypic heavy weight Pfeiffer is no ethnic german but from the soil of the former soviet union.
     
  11. POP IT OFF.

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    you seem obsessed with this subject, Germany is home to many immigrants and descendants of immigrants, so it's to be expected.
     
  12. POP IT OFF.

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    Bauer is the best german prospect for sure by far.
     
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  14. HamburgBuam

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    He is not bad, but i would be surprised to see him winning a big title.
     


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