Actually, the idea was to call him Breogàn, since I was inspired by the ancient Celtic warriors and Breogàn was the name of the Celic warrior who, according to a legend, was the founder of Galicia (that is where I'm living in this moment), but my better-half (a true Galician man) named him 'Vincenzo'. When I asked why he replied to me: "Ma perché vince sempre!" that is the Italian for: "Of course because he always wins!". Yes, the Italian name "Vincenzo" sounds a lot like the verb "vincere" that means "to win".
At that point, with a motive explaned in my own native language... how could I help choosing this name?