With IBF super middleweight champion Caleb Pant (19-0, 11 KOs) set to make his next title defense against Vincent Feigenbutz (31-2, 28 KOs) on February 15th in his hometown of Nashville, Plant talks about the opportunity to be fighting in front of a friendly crowd and what we can expect to see on the night.
Long story short, Plant says this isn’t going to be competitive...
Plant on if we can expect to see a war with Feigenbutz:
“No. No. It’s not gonna be a war. He’s rough, he’s tough...I know he’s a strong guy, I know he’s trying to knock me out, he’s looking to spoil this moment for me. But that’s not gonna happen. I’ma box him up, I’ma embarrass him, then I’m gonna punish him, and then I’m gonna stop him.
“This fight’s not going 12 rounds so either he can wave the white flag or I’ll wave it for him just like I did for Mike Lee.”
Plant enters this fight on the heels of his third round stoppage of Mike Lee last summer, in a not-so-thrilling first defense of the IBF title he won off Jose Uzcategui one year ago. Let’s hope Feigenbutz puts up a little bit more resistance.