Juergen Braehmer has evolved as a top contender in the light heavyweight class and is coming off a successful title defense of his WBA world light heavyweight title to enter his upcoming bout with strong momentum. Roberto Feliciano Bolonti is coming off a successful title defense of his WBC Latino light heavyweight title but will be stepping up in class against Braehmer. Juergen Braehmer will face Roberto Feliciano Bolonti for the WBA world light heavyweight title on June 7 from the Sport and Congress Center, Schwerin, Mecklenburg Vorpommern, Germany. Juergen Braehmer opened as a -1800 favorite with the Boxing odds while Roberto Feliciano Bolonti opened as a +900 dog.
Roberto Feliciano Bolonti
The 35 year old Roberto Feliciano Bolonti fights from an orthodox stance and has a career record of 35 wins, 2 losses, and 0 draws. Out of his 35 wins 24 have come by knockout while Bolonti has never suffered a knockout defeat. Bolonti is a native of Buenos Aires, Argentina where he still resides. Bolonto is coming off a 6th round knockout win over Jose Alberto Claverno on January 24, 2014 for the WBC Latino light heavyweight title in a bout that took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Bolonti is the top ranked light heavyweight in Argentina and is ranked 25th in the world.
The 35 year old Juergen Braehmer is a southpaw with a career record of 43 wins, 2 losses, and 0 draws. Out of his 43 wins 32 have come by knockout. Braehmer has never suffered a knockout loss. Braehmer is a native of Germany where he still resides. He is the top ranked German light heavyweight and is ranked 5th in the world. Braehmer is coming off a RTD win over Enzo Maccarinelli in the 5th round of a scheduled 12 round bout that took place on April 5, 2014 and was for the WBA world light heavyweight title. Braehmer captured the vacant WBA world light heavyweight title with a 12 round unanimous decision win over Marcus Oliveira in his previous bout.
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