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Leon Bunn (14-0, 8 KOs) will safeguard his IBF International Light Heavyweight title against German opponent Enrico Koelling (26-3, 8 KOs) in a gigantic residential standoff on November 2 at the CGM Arena in Koblenz.
Bunn guaranteed the IBF title with a horrendous ninth-round TKO prevail upon Leon Harth on May 4 at the Fraport Arena in Frankfurt, and is anticipating making his first barrier against his previous Team Sauerland stablemate Koelling.
Koelling, who spoke to Germany at the 2012 Olympics, is a previous WBA Intercontinental Champion, who tested Artur Beterbiev for the IBF World title, and most as of late battled Dominic Boesel for the European crown.
“My last battle was an uncommon night for me, to feature before a great many fans in my home city was a night I will always remember,” said Bunn.
“I’m anticipating safeguarding my belt on November 2. Enrico brings a great deal of understanding into the ring and has demonstrated his ability previously. He can say anything he desires, however I will give my clench hands a chance to do the talking in the ring.
“It will be an incredible battle that all boxing fans can anticipate. I will protect my title and proceed onward to accomplish my next objective. Enrico Koelling can’t stop me!”
“Bunn is exaggerated. He hits a ton however doesn’t have any power,” says Koelling. “The hour of the unbeaten ‘wannabe’ champions is finished. A victor is somebody who gains from his annihilations and develops. Leon will get that opportunity after we battle.”
Bunn is upheld by unbelievable mentor Ulli Wegner, who has been in the Frankfurt warrior’s corner since his expert presentation in 2016.
“It will be an energizing battle and it’s one I’m anticipating. I know Leon and I know Enrico, both are fighters who are hoping to push ahead,” said Wegner.
“Leon is relentless in my eyes. He needs to go the whole distance and make the greatest progress. He has the assurance and I am solidly persuaded that he will beat Enrico.”
Advertiser Nisse Sauerland is anticipating coming back to Koblenz following the accomplishment of Team Sauerland’s February 16 show at the CGM Arena.
“Leon Bunn against Enrico Koelling is a gigantic battle for German boxing,” said Bunn’s advertiser Nisse Sauerland. “Enrico has battled for the European and World titles and Leon Bunn is one of the most energizing contenders in Germany.
“This is a genuine 50/50 battle between two of the best German light heavyweights and I can hardly wait for battle night!”
17-year-old sensation Sophie Alisch (4-0, 1 KO) will search for her fifth triumph of the year as she comes back to the CGM Arena having made her expert debut in Koblenz in February. Additionally on the undercard are nearby stars Slawa Spomer (8-0, 5 KOs), Roman Gorst (5-0, 5 KOs), Hizni Altunkaya (31-3, 18 KOs) and Yasin Altunkaya (14-0, 11 KOs).
‘Battling For Future’ on November 2 is a unique occasion that will see ticket income and cash raised from the night gave to three philanthropies: Laughing Hearts, a philanthropy that offers help and chances to youngsters influenced by neediness, Parents’ Initiative for Children with Cancer Koblenz, who offer help to the guardians of kids experiencing disease in Koblenz and Education Unlimited, an instruction philanthropy who energize assorted variety and preparing crosswise over Europe.