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Hungarian Champions In UBO Title Fights

 
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May 7, 2012 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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SHOW POSTPONED TO JULY 28! On June 30 at the Emperor Garden in Budapest, Hungary, local prospects, and reigning Hungarian Champions, Laszlo Fazekas and Istvan Kiss will fight opponents to be announced for vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ Youth World Super Lightweight and Lightweight titles respectively.  Promoter will be Toto Box-Promotion.

 
 

20-year-old Laszlo Fazekas (9-1-1, 7 KOs), has accomplished a lot in a short period of time since turning pro in April 2011. Eight months after his first paid fight he won the Hungarian national title by beating fellow undefeated David Kis, and this past February he confirmed his potential by going the distance with world-ranked Ukrainian Serhiy Fedchenko, who in his next bout lost on points to world champion and future Hall-Of-Famer Juan Manuel Marquez in Mexico.

Since the Fedchenko-defeat, Fazekas has rebounded with a stoppage over countryman Renato Toth, and he is now ready to take his career to the next level by fighting for the UBO title on home soil. He has already proven that he can compete with world-class boxers such as Fedchenko, so it remains to be seen to what degree he will be tested on June 30.

Laszlo Fazekas & Istvan Kiss with a Hungarian national title belt

 

At only 19 years of age, Istvan Kiss (8-3, 4 KOs) has been a pro since December 2010, and like his stable-mate he has already captured the Hungarian national title in his weight class. Last December he stopped undefeated Andras Varga in three rounds to win the title, and like Fazekas he will also be looking to take the next step up the ladder in Budapest.

The three losses on the record of Kiss are nothing to be ashamed of, coming against unbeaten Ibrahim Kamal in Canada, Tyrone Nurse (18-0) in England, and to Italian Devis Boschiero, who in his previous outing lost a disputed split decision in Japan to Takahiro Ao for the WBC World Super Featherweight title.

Toto Box-Promotion and the UBO expects to be able to announce the opponents for Fazekas and Kiss within a couple of weeks.  
 

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