Plant Vs. Feigenbutz Live Results

Facing another mandatory challenger, Caleb Plant is hoping a win can propel him to big things within the super-middleweight division. The Nashville-native returns home, as Plant defends his IBF Super-Middleweight Championship against Vincent Feigenbutz. The main card takes place tonight (February 15) inside the Bridgestone Arena. It will be a Premier Boxing Champions-produced event on FOX.

Plant (19-0) won his last fight against Mike Lee back in July via TKO. It was his 11th win via KO. He successfully defended the IBF title he won from Jose Uzcategui back in January. In a FIGHT SPORTS exclusive, “Sweethands” discussed the difference between his skills and that of his opponent’s.

“He (Feigenbutz) has a lot of experience, a lot of fights, but we are just going to go out there relaxed, show up and make adjustments as needed,” Plant went on to say. “You never know what you are going to get with me: It could be a boxing lesson, it could be a knockout. He’s the one who’s going to have to figure out the puzzle because I feel like I’m the most complete fighter in the 168-pound division. I have the most tools, I feel like I’m the most well-rounded.”

Feigenbutz (31-2) last fought in August, beating Cesar Nunez via TKO. It was his second TKO-win in a row and his 28th win via knockout. The IBO International Super-Middleweight Champion is making his United States debut. Some are calling him a favorite, while many are favoring Plant. Regardless of where they are, Feigenbutz is ready to prove his doubters wrong.

“I don’t care that we’re fighting in his backyard,” Feigenbutz stated during the pre-fight press conference. “I’d fight him anywhere. I’m coming to fight and he’s going to have to fight me every second in there.”

FIGHT SPORTS brings you the latest from Plant v. Feigenbutz!

PBC Main Card (FOX, 8 p.m. ET) 

Caleb Plant (c) def. Vincent Feigenbutz via TKO (2:23 into round ten) – IBF Super-Middleweight Championship

Abel Ramos def. Bryant Perrella via TKO (2:59 into round ten)

Diego Magdaleno def. Austin Dulay via unanimous decision (96-92, 96-92, 97-91)

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