Boxing history possible in Offenbach: Luca Rocky can win all world titles for the first time in history




The four-time Junior World Champion Luca “Rocky” Cinqueoncie (Boxcamp Kickers Offenbach) will fight in Offenbach for the golden WWC full world championship belt, the IBF and WBO titles. (Photo: Organizer)

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An extraordinary boxing match will take place in the stadium on the Bieberer Berg on Saturday, May 21st. The four-time Junior World Champion Luca “Rocky” Cinqueoncie (Boxcamp Kickers Offenbach) will fight in Offenbach for the golden WWC full world championship belt, the IBF and WBO titles. He defends the belts of the GBU, WBF, WBC silver and the IBO. Rainer Gottwald from Karlsruhe, who is Luca Rocky’s manager, managed to raise the fight against Leon “Hitman” Maric to the Olympus of boxing. It has never happened in the history of boxing that all supplementary boxing associations have their junior titles boxed out on this date in addition to the belts already won. With a positive result next Friday, Lucy would be the junior world champion in all boxing associations. DER FRANKFURTER and all of its readers are keeping their fingers crossed for victory in the light heavyweight division.

Luca Antonio Cinqueoncie has never lost a fight as a professional. The tension increases for all boxing fans who cheer for him. Luca chose the box name in honor of the fantastic Graciano “Rocky” Rocchigiani. The German heavyweight boxing champion is Luca’s role model because he also has Italian roots. Luca’s opponent Leon Maric, the former Bosnian champion in kick, Thai and amateur boxing, wants to avoid victory and take the belts to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Should Luca win the fight, he would be the only boxer in the world who could ever combine all of these belts.

On the same evening, 31-year-old Sara “Babyface” Bormann (13 wins in 13 professional fights) from Nidderau will also step into the ring against “La Bronca” Ana Arrazola from Mexico. She will be fighting for the WWC Full World Minimumweight Championship gold belt while putting her WBC Silver belt at risk at the same time. This is the second main fight. Ring announcer that evening will be the German sports editor Kai Ebel.
The warm-up song “veni vidi vici” is sung by none other than Nino de Angelo.

A total of eleven boxing matches (six of which are WBC title fights) are organized on the Bieberer Berg. An exciting evening lies ahead. The last tickets are still available for sale.

(Text: BT)