Fazekas, coming off a hard-fought split decision
loss to undefeated Anrea Angelocore in a Youth
title fight at Welterweight in Italy last month,
was hungry to get back on the winning track in his
usual weight class, and looked impressive in
defeating game countryman Laszlo Robert Balogh.
While Balogh did his best to win, it was Fazekas
who controlled the action and eventually managed
to break his opponent down and get the victory
when referee Miklos Dori stopped the bout in round
At only 20 years of age, having also won the
Hungarian national title last year, and with his
only two losses coming on points abroad to the
aforementioned Angelocore and 29-1 Ukrainian
Serhiy Fedchenko, the future certainly looks
bright for the new UBO Champion.