ARCHIVE
 
 

In His Final Fight, Hanshaw Destroys King To Become UBO Champ

 
PRINT  PRINT   Add to Facebook

MAY 12, 2024 / BY BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

After almost thirteen years as a professional boxer, Travis Hanshaw retires as the Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) Continental (North America) Cruiserweight champion.

 
 

On Saturday night, May 11, in front of a big crowd at Camp Landing in his home-town of Ashland, Kentucky, the 32-year-old local hero was a few levels above co-challenger Jermin King, stopping him in two rounds.

After a relatively slow-paced first round, Hanshaw floored King with a sharp one-two in the second, and then went for the finish after King got up, bringing the fans to their feat.

He continuously hurt King and scored two more knock-downs, but the New Yorker made it through the round and then decided he wasn't going to come out for more punishment.


 
 

Hanshaw, who´s final record will stand at 20-1-1 (10), has had a fine career, starting out as a Welterweight where he won the Kentucky state title in 2012.

In 2017 he captured the World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental Light Heavyweight title, and two years later he added the WBF world title at Super Middleweight to his resume.

Billed as “The Last Ride”, Hanshaw´s final fight headlined a card promoted by East Coast Promotions.

 
 
 © 2024 UNIVERSAL BOXING ORGANIZATION
 

 

                                                                                                      

 

 
 
 

 

NOTE: If you detect any issues with the legality of this site, problems are always unintentional and will be corrected with notification.