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Arrazola Two-Time World Champion, Edges Ramirez For UBO Crown

 
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APRIL 21, 2024 / BY BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
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Almost eleven years after capturing her first world title, Mexican evergreen Ana “La Bronca” Arrazola became a two-time world champion on Saturday night, April 20, when she won the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) Light Flyweight title.

 
 

In Queretaro, Mexico, Arrazola (44) went through difficult patches against the much-younger co-challenger Clara Alcantara Ramirez (27), but her experience paid dividends in the end, as she emerged victorious by split decision.

Having continuously proved her world class in recent world title-challenges abroad, outside her natural weight-class, Arrazola finally got a shot at her natural weight, and on home soil, and didn't let the opportunity pass her by.

Alcantara Ramirez did well, and showed that she is much better than her less-than-stellar 6-10 statistics suggests, but southpaw Arrazola, now 29-17-3 (14), just had a little bit more in her arsenal.


 
 

In her last fight, almost a year ago, Arrazola lost a split decision to former UBO world Super Flyweight champion Angelina Lukas, who is now WIBA world champion at Bantamweight. It was clear on that night that she had plenty more to give.

The fight headlined a show promoted by Mad Tiger Promotions.

 
 
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