Jugder & Miko Draws For UBO International Title

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UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

The Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) International Middleweight title is still vacant after Bazargur Jugder and Michal Miko fought to a Majority Draw on Saturday night, March 2, at the Sluneta in Usti Nad Labem, Czech Republic.


It was supposed to be either a fairytale story for Jugder, a tough journeyman who has remarkably turned his career around, or a coming-out-party for Miko, but none of them got what they had hoped for.

Czech Republic-based Mongolian Jugder proved that he is much better than his record suggests when he barely lost a decision to undefeated Yuri Sakunts for a World Boxing Federation (WBF) title last December.

He since followed up with two stoppage victories, and was full of confidence going into what was arguable the biggest opportunity of his career to date against local hero Miko.


But after ten rounds of boxing judges Pavel Hynek and Bohumil Ruckschlos could not separate them, scoring the fight 95-95, while judge Ondrej Holubek had Jugder a clear winner by 99-92.

Miko was arguably doing best in the first half of the bout, and Jugder finished strong by winning the last three rounds according to two of the judges.

A rematch could be on the cards, but in the meantime Miko, fighting for his first title, is now 5-1-1 (4), and Jugder goes to 11-24-4 (5), and is 2-1-2 in his last five outings.







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