Unbeaten German prospect Dominik Britsch (23-0, 8 KOs) has set his
sights on his first major belt when he takes on Ryan Davis (23-8-3, 9
KOs) for the vacant IBF Intercontinental Middleweight Title in Munich on
The gifted 23-year-old, who has twice fought on Super Six World
Boxing Classic undercards in the US, has been primed for glory ever
since winning the IBF Youth Middleweight Title two years ago against
While many believe the versatile, charismatic and articulate youngster could be the next German boxing superstar, Britsch is keeping his feet firmly to the ground.
“I am thrilled to finally fight for my first big international title,” Britsch said. “That is exactly what I have been working and waiting for. I will take one step at a time and not look past Davis, who is a tough guy. But he will not
stop me on my way to the top.”
In the main event of the night, WBO Cruiserweight Champion Marco Huck
will make a seventh defence of his title against Hugo Hernan Garay,
while European Light Heavyweight Champion Eduard Gutknecht will take on
Lorenzo Di Giacomo.
It will be a busy night for coach Wegner, who believes Britsch has a golden future ahead. “Dominik has the potential, the talent and the determination to be the next big thing in Germany,” Wegner lauded. “He works hard in practice and listens to my advice. We have carefully moved him to the top. Now is the time for big fights. He is a diamond and I am sure he will put on a great performance against
(Picture: Photo Wende)
June 28, 2011