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Fazekas & Kiss UBO Youth Champions

 
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July 29, 2012 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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Hungarian prospects Laszlo Fazekas (11-2-1, 8 KOs) and Istvan Kiss (10-3, 6 KOs) delighted their fans on Saturday night when they captured Universal Boxing Organization™ Youth titles at Super Lightweight and Lightweight respectively at Emperor Garden in Budapest.

 
 

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 eight.
 

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.

New UBO Youth Super Lightweight Champion Laszlo Fazekas


 

19-year-old Istvan “Iron Soldier” Kiss was forced to deal with a late replacement in Mate Sebok, but handled the situation perfectly. Kiss, like Fazekas the Hungarian national champion in his division, dominated Sebok from the first round and eventually stopped his foe in round six of the scheduled ten.
 

Kiss looks promising, and, considering his young age and the fact that his losses all came against very good opposition abroad, he is one to follow in the coming years.
 

The UBO championship double-header was promoted by Toto Box-Promotion, and attracted a decent crowd to the intimate arena in beautiful Budapest.
 

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