A boxer for Mihajlovic: Cantatore in his staffJuly 5, 2019
Bologna is ready to fight. Sinisa Mihajlovic has clear ideas: to improve they will need more character and determination than last season, which saw the rossoblùs save themselves thanks to an incredible comeback in the last weeks of the championship. To keep everyone concentrated during the retreat, the Serbian coach has also decided to use those who know how to fight: a former boxer. Vincenzo Cantatore, a well-known figure in the Italian boxing movement of the 1990s, has officially joined Mihajlovic's staff, as announced by the club: "Throughout the summer preparation period – says a note – Vincenzo Cantatore will be part of the technical staff of Sinisa Mihajlovic ”. Cantatore will take care of the activities complementary to the performance with psycho-motor address.
Who is Vincenzo Cantatore
Vincenzo Cantatore, former boxer absolute protagonist of boxing for two decades, will bring to the Bologna group the experience and the charisma of an authentic winner. In career he raised a world title of light highs, in 1998, knocking out the undefeated reigning champion Andy Sampl, and a European title of the same category (which would have left vacant due to injury, ed), in 2004, when he beat at the Ismail Abdoul points. In 2007, in Rome, the European light-heavyweight title resumed, beating the Ukrainian Alexander Gurov to the points. He announced his retirement from professional boxing on December 31, 2007, after which he engaged in various activities. From 2010, for example, Cantatore is a member of the Villa Letizia cooperative, a therapeutic and socio-rehabilitation community for children with mental disorders. He was also often hired as a showman, he who had brought so many people to fill the halls for boxing: in recent years he has participated as an actor in various fiction and TV series, as well as two reality shows. On 16 April 2009 he was also presented with an award, as part of the "Sette Colli Romanisti" event, for his faith in the colors of Rome.
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