Proven World Class, Persistant Arrazola Gets UBO World Title Shot

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UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

Former world champion Ana “La Bronca” Arrazola will fight for the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) world Light Flyweight title on April 20.


One of the most seasoned veterans in the sport, Mexican Arrazola (28-17-3, 14 KOs) won and defended the World Boxing Federation (WBF) world title in 2013, after four unsuccessful world title-challenges.

Since then she has come up short in six additional world championship opportunities, all as the B-side in her opponents home-town, but she has always proven herself to be world class and deserving of another shot.

In her most recent outing she dropped a split decision to UBO world Super Flyweight champion Angelina Lukas, in a fight contested at Bantamweight for the WBC International title.


She has never been afraid to move out of her comfort zone, or weight class, to chase greatness, but now she will attempt to become a two-time world champion as the A-side, at her natural weight, and in Mexico.

In the main event of a show promoted by Mad Tiger Promotions at the Gran Hotel Las Fuentes in Victoria, Arrazola will face Clara Alcantara Ramirez, who is much better than her 6-10 record suggests, has never been stopped and is known to give everything she has to win.

For Ramirez this is also a big opportunity. Eighteen years younger than Arrazola at twenty-six, she could be too fresh for the experienced favourite, and should she be able to win it will be a long overdue reward for taking on all comers, much like Arrazola has.

Arrazola never gave up before winning her first world championship, and since then she has not given up trying to capture her second. She is hoping that on April 20 her persistence will finally pay off.







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