Radovan vs Mittag

Denis Radovan Ronny Mittag

Radovan Mittag

Wolfsburg, Germany

On Air @ 8pm



The vacant IBF European Middleweight Title

Patrick Wojcicki and Denis Radovan share top billing when the BoxNation cameras are in Wolfsburg, Germany for live action on Saturday 6th April.

Home town hero Wojcicki (12-0-1, 4 KOs) defends his IBF Intercontinental Middleweight Title against Marcelo Fabian Caceres (18-3, 13 KOs).

Radovan (11-0-1, 5 KOs) faces a rematch against Ronny Mittag (30-3-3, 15 KOs) in an eagerly anticipated all-German clash with the vacant IBF European Middleweight crown on the line.

Ironically Wojcicki had won his Intercontinental Championship last May by outpointing Mittag who would move close to a rematch if he beats Radovan, who is also a potential rival.

Radovan was held a draw by Mittag in December and has now teamed up with Cuban coach Pedro Diaz as he bids to set the record straight.

And the Cologne boxer is looking forward to kick-starting 2019 with a win as he challenges for his first professional title.

Radovan, 26, said: "I’m confident this time I will leave the decision in no doubt – this year, I will make my breakthrough."

Mittag, 30, is best known to British fans for his upset win over Belfast’s Conrad Cummings at Wembley Arena in November 2016.

Promoter Nisse Sauerland is anticipating another spectacular show in Wolfsburg, headlined by '50-50 fights' on the Channel of Champions.

"We have two 50-50 fights already confirmed for the card," says Sauerland. Patrick and Denis must both bring their best performances to win, and the fans in Wolfsburg can look forward to a spectacular event."

Patrick Wojcicki Marcelo Fabian Caceres

Wojcicki Caceres

On Air @ 8pm

The IBF Intercontinental Middleweight Title

Wojcicki, 27, sent his fans home happy in October after making a successful first defence of his title over previously unbeaten Sven Elbir.

He said: "Caceres is a strong opponent, but I am working intensely with my coaches Antonino and Antonio Spatola, so that I can rekindle the incredible atmosphere we had last time, and I will deliver another explosive performance to keep the belt in Wolfsburg."

Argentinian Caceres has won his last 11 fights and is the current South American Middleweight Champion.