New UBO Champions Crowned In Hungary

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February 7, 2016 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

Two new Universal Boxing Organization™ International Champions were crowned on Saturday night (February 6) at the Iskola in Budapest, Hungary.


18-year-old Gabor Kovacs put on what was perhaps his careers best performance, defeating Zsigmond Vass (20) by clear unanimous decision to lift the vacant Super Lightweight crown.

Judges Bulcsu Gabris, Laszlo Fejes and Janos Baranyi scored the fight 99-91, 98-93 and 97-93 respectively, improving the new champions record to 16-5 (2). Vass drops to 7-2 (1).

In the evenings co-feature, former European title-challenger Kleopatra Tolnai (19) won her first professional championship, the vacant UBO International Female Bantamweight, with a fine showing.



Tolnai, now 6-4 (1), won every round on her way to a landslide ten-round unanimous decision in a rematch over Andrea Lakatos (32), 1-7 (0), who had beaten her on points a year ago.

Scores from the three judges were 100-90 (Janos Baranyi), 100-91 (Laszlo Fejes) and 100-88 (Bulcsu Gabris).

The eleven-bout card was promoted by Fight Night Show Promotions, headed by Tibor Feja and Norbert Nemesapati.







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