Making Up For Lost Time, Brandon Alexander Ready For UBO Title Fight

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UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

Undefeated American Brandon Alexander (6-0, 4 KOs), is ready to go for his first title, the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) International Middleweight.


From Zanesville in Ohio, Alexander turned professional in 2015, but has had a start-stop campaign since then.

After his pro debut he fought once in 2016, once in 2018 and once in 2019, and was then out of the ring for more than four years before returning last August.

His last two fights have taken place in Colombia, in August and October of 2023, and he will also enter the biggest fight of his career to date in Colombia on March 22, focused on making up for lost time.

In the city of Boyaca, he will face 24-year-old Daniel Lopez, who brings a respectable 6-2 (5) record. Like the American, Lopez is also fighting for his first title.


Alexander has even bigger plans, though. If successful against Lopez, he hopes to defend the UBO International title against another credible foe, and then challenge for the UBO world title.

Its an ambitious plan, and he knows that at thirty-seven he cant afford another long break from boxing, and that it is now or never if he is to pursue his dreams.

Lopez, who´s losses have come against quality opponents in Americans Devin Thorn and Danny Rosenberger, will do everything he can to ruin those dreams.

The fight will be part of a show promoted by T & K Boxing Promotions.







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