By Elliot Foster (@FreelanceFoz)
Vincent Feigenbutz has been handed a guaranteed shot at the world title.
The super middleweight sensation will fight for the WBA title later this year after blowing away Mauricio Reynoso inside three rounds to win the vacant interim crown on Saturday.
Feigenbutz, from Karlsruhe in Germany, has a record of 19-1 (18) and, after recording his 13th straight stoppage victory at the Gerry Weber Stadium in Halle, will face either Fedor Chudinov or Frank Buglioni for the global crown.
— Kalle+NisseSauerland (@SauerlandBros) July 19, 2015
Russian champion Chudinov won the title with a points victory over Felix Sturm in May and was set to face the Enfield-based ‘Wise Guy’ at Wembley’s SSE Arena next week, but the clash was postponed after it was announced that Chudinov had broken his nose in training.
But one man’s despair is another man’s delight and it was today confirmed that contracts are signed for the 19-year-old to get the opportunity to snatch the world title and make himself a superstar.