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Hutcherson & Aleem Victorious In UBO Title Fights

 
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FEBRUARY 25, 2024 / BY BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
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Jeter Promotions staged an excellent card featuring two Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) championship fights on Saturday night, February 24, at the Live Casino & Hotel in Hanover, Maryland.

 
 

In a highly anticipated rematch of the 2023 UBO Fight of the Year, Jaqeem “2 Sharp” Hutcherson retained the UBO Inter-Continental Super Bantamweight title against Maryland-rival Brandon “The Hitter” Chambers.

Their first fight took place at the same venue last October, with Hutcherson winning an excellent and close fight by unanimous decision.

The same happened again, as all three judges scored the bout 78-74 for Hutcherson, after another entertaining encounter.


 
 

Hutcherson (27), from Capitol Heights, took his professional record to 11-1-1 (0), while Gwynn Oak´s Chambers (37) is now 9-3-1 (5).

Hutcherson is now on a ten-fight unbeaten run since losing his third pro outing in 2021. Chambers lost his third straight, but has proven to be a throw-back fighter willing to face excellent competition and can come again.

 

In the co-main event Immanuwel “The Chosen One” Aleem continued his resurrection, winning the UBO Continental (North America) Super Middleweight title when he scored an impressive fourth round stoppage of quality co-challenger Malcolm Jones.


Aleem floored Jones with a right hand to the top of the head, but the game Indianapolis boxer beat the count. But when Aleem followed up and went for the finish with hard uppercuts and hooks, Jones failed to throw anything back and the referee stepped in and saved him from further punishment.


 
 

The 30-year-old from Richmond, Virginia, returned to the ring with a routine victory last October after more than two years out following two close defeats which put his rise to a standstill. Now he is firmly back on track.

With the victory the new UBO champion improved his professional record to 20-3-2 (13), and also captured the vacant WBC Fecarbox title in the process. Jones falls to 17-4 (10).


Photos by: Daniel Cork / Blue Corner Photo.

 

 
 
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