Sunday, February 20, at Mrina Hall in Dar Es
Salaam, he defeated game Malawian Chimwemwe
Chiotcha to win the title a third time, having
previously held it in 2016 and 2019.
fight with many close rounds, where Chiotcha was
mainly the aggressor and Pialari used his
elusive style to frustrate the visitor before
countering, the local man won by unanimous
spend most of the fight on the back-foot, while
Chiotcha kept coming forward in an attempt to
pin his foe down, but had significant trouble
also had his moments of aggression, but he quickly
returned to moving around the ring and
of the close rounds to Pialari, judges Pendo Njau,
Abdallah Neneko and Pembe Ndava scored the fight
98-92, 99-91 and 99-91, tallies which doesn't do
the performance of Chiotcha justice.
The new UBO
All-Africa champion improved his professional
record to 30-7-1 (21). Chiotcha drops to 17-11-1
was promoted by Count Down Boxing Promotions.