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Former Champ Michele Aboro Joins UBO

 
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May 11, 2012 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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The Universal Boxing Organization™ is proud to announce that one of the best women boxers of all time, some would say the best, former Super Bantamweight World Champion Michele Aboro, has joined the UBO as our Female Boxing Commissioner.

 
 

Aboro, who retired in 2001 with a perfect 21-0 (12) record, was born in London in 1969, and turned professional in 1995. Except for her first three bouts, which took place in Belgium, Italy and Hungary, she fought her entire career in Germany under the banner of Universum Box Promotions, and became a World Champion in 2000 when she defeated American ace Eva Jones Young.
 

Prior to winning the World crown, which she defended three times, Abora had won a European title in 1998, and made one successful defense before going for world honors.
 

Among her victims during her relatively short pro-campaign were future world champions Daisy Lang and Kelsey Jeffries, future European champion Krisztina Krek and former world champion Leona Brown, besides the aforementioned Jones Young.

UBO Female Boxing Commissioner Michele Aboro

 
 

She is now living in Shanghai, China where she operates a boxing club and trains young boxers. The Universal Boxing Organization™ welcomes Michele onboard, and we are very proud that she is now on our team.
 

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