Countdown to the defense of the Ibo world championship belt against Anthony “The Apache” Cacace.
So from England to the Italian boxer Michael “Lone Wolf” Magnesi, holder of the Ibo super featherweight belt, on Friday in the setting of the Hilton Manchester hotel for the presentation conference of the world match against the British category champion, the Northern Irish Anthony “The Apache” Cacace.
A match scheduled for Saturday 24 September in the setting of the AO Arena – starting at 19 Italian time – and which will see the 27-year-old Italian fighter in the third defense of the title won in 2020, the first in a foreign land.
“How do I feel?” As always, emphasizes the athlete from Le Cinéma Café. “I’m more than calm, no anxiety to get in the ring. Only a great desire to win and confirm the title and unbeatenness. We have already done the hardest work in the gym in the last period, with my team I trained at my best and I feel in great shape. Now it’s time to cross the gloves and prove to the British public how much I’m worth too. I will amaze him.”
“My challenger has shown himself to be quite arrogant, he is convinced to bring home the belt, but he does not really know what he is going to meet: in the ring he will find a Lone Wolf ready to tear him to pieces, I will not leave him any escape.”
The meeting was organized by Frank Warren’s Queensberry Promotions, the promotional part is handled by the American DiBella Entertainment, while the managerial part by BBT Production and A&B Events.