Nyantakyi & Zile Stops Foes, New UBO Champions

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Osibor Boxing Management presented a Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) championship double-header on Friday, July 5, at the SG Mall in Kumasi, Ghana, with two up-and-coming stars winning titles.


The Ashanti Warrior”, Stanley Nyintakyi, won the vacant UBO Africa Featherweight title when he stopped fellow countryman Isaac Nettey in the third round.

23-year-old Nyantakyi had too much speed and power for his veteran opponent, who tried but was out-gunned in every department.

Photo: New UBO Africa Featherweight chaampion Stanley Nyantakyi.


Nyantakyi, who won the Ghanaian national title in his previous bout, improved his professional record to 10-1 (10). Nettey drops to 28-18-1 (17).


In the co-feature, John “The Monster” Zile copied the feat of his stable-mate when he stopped hard-hitting Isaac Quartey in the fourth round to capture the vacant UBO International Super Bantamweight title.

And again it was a case of Zile (24) being being better on every level, and Quartey wanting to do ore than his body could follow through with at this stage of his career.

Photo: New UBO International Super Bantamweight champion John Zile.


Unbeaten Zile takes his professional ledger to 13-0-2 (11), while Quartey falls to 26-13-1 (23).

Both Nyantakyi and Zile are hoping to challenge for UBO world titles in the near future, and their performances in Kumasi showed that they are ready for the next level.







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