Leon Bauer (15-0-1, 9 KOs), Sophie Alisch (1-0, 1 KO) and Limi Tairi (4-0, 3 KOs) return to action on the undercard of Both Patrick Wojcicki’s IBF Intercontinental Middleweight title Combat Marcelo Fabian Caceres on April 6 in Wolfsburg.
The rising stars that are German are the latest additions to a card at the CongressPark, which features the hotly anticipated rematch between Ronny Mittag for its IBF European Middleweight crown and Denis Radovan.
Bauer will competition his first fight since signing up a contract expansion with Team Sauerland, against the challenging Argentinian Mateo Damian Veron (28-22-3, 8 KOs). Veron is.
“Mateo Damian Veron is ambitious and experienced fighter, however somebody I have to beat to attain my goals,” said Bauer, the 20 year-old from Hatzenbuehl.
Alisch returns to the ring to get her next professional fight, with blasted Sopo Kintsurashvili out in the first-round for her debut in Koblenz. The 17-year-old now faces Alina Zaitseva (1-1) in her initial six-round bout.
Having maintained her first success inside 52 moments, Alisch insists she has no issue if necessary going the distance. “We often work over eight or six rounds in practice, so it’ll be no issue for mepersonally, ” said the Berlin-boxer.
Local hero Tairi is back in Wolfsburg, where he promised a sixth-round knock out win over Istvan Kun on October 6, also is now looking forward to Boxing in front of his home fans as he takes Hungary’s Tomas Kozma (6-8-3, 3 KOs).
“I would like to thank Team Sauerland. It’so great to box in Wolfsburg again,” he said. “I will do my part to create a fantastic atmosphere, and I have already sold tickets for my friends and fans. ”
Patrick Wojcicki defends his IBF Intercontinental Middleweight title Combat Marcelo Fabian Caceres at the CongressPark in Wolfsburg about April 6, while Denis Radovan rematches Ronny Mittag for its IBF European Middleweight name.
Leon Bauer confronts Mateo Damian Veron over eight-rounds in the middleweight division, Sophie Alisch and Alina Zaitseva in a featherweight competition meet, and Limi Tairi is scheduled for eight-rounds against rival Tomas Kozma.
One of those stars of Team Sauerland’s German stable, Bauer was touted as one of many country’s latest middleweight prospects. Having left his debut 16 decades of age, he is now undefeated in professional competitions that are sixteen and is now the present IBF Youth World Champion.
“Leon is for a fighter of the era,” said promoter Nisse Sauerland. “” We anticipate dealing with himhis father Bernd, who’s his trainer, along with his management, to ensure he fulfills his potential. We’r e Leon has a future before him. ”
Bauer unites Denis Radovan and stablemates Patrick Wojcicki in actions, and will return to the ring on April 6 in Wolfsburg, following his unanimous points win over Jorge Silva Zagreb.
Tickets for your Team Sauerland event on April 6 at the CongressPark in Wolfsburg are available online through www.eventim.de.