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Heavyweight Title Fight Back On!
 
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January 17, 2011 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
 
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The Universal Boxing Organization™ European Heavyweight Championship fight between UBO International Champion Laszlo Toth and fellow Hungarian Zoltan Petranyi is back on, and will go ahead this coming Saturday January 22 in Gyomro, Hungary.

 
 

The bout was originally scheduled to take place December 14 of last year in Budapest, but had to be postponed at the last minute when Toth got himself into some legal problems that prevented him from boxing.
 

Now everything appears to be in order, and the fight will headline a five-fight promotion put on by Profibox-Promotion.
 

Toth, 8-1 (4), won the UBO International title last October when he stopped late substitute Mihaly Nemeth in the first round. He is undefeated since losing his professional debut, and is coming off two stoppage victories in non-title fights.
 

Petranyi, 45-20 (12), is a former four-time Hungarian Heavyweight Champion, but like Toth he had a rough start to his professional career, loosing eleven of his first eighteen fights.
 

By far the more experienced of the two he has shared a ring with big names such as former WBA World Champion Firat Arslan, former Mike Tyson-conqueror Danny Williams, and current WBA World Cruiserweight Champion Steve Herelius.  

 

With Toth riding an eight-fight winning streak, and Petranyi going for his tenth straight victory, it will be two confident and determined boxers squaring off in Gyomro. As is usually the case when fellow countrymen fight each other for championships, the hype and drama is a bit extraordinary, and both boxers have promised certain victory. Only one of them will be able to keep that promise!

 

 
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