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Sugar Ray Lee vs. Kokietgym For 140 Lb. World Title In China

 
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October 20, 2011 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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This coming Tuesday (October 25) Li Wen Yang, AKA Sugar Ray Lee, of China and Thailand’s Rachamongkol Kokietgym will square off for the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ World Light Welterweight title in Zhao Tong, China.

 
 

This was confirmed today by UBO Asia Commissioner Rick Staheli.
 

The outdoors show will be promoted by Connect International Inc., and is expected to attract more than 5000 spectators hoping to witness Chinese boxing history. Should Yang win, he will become the country’s first ever male professional world champion.
 

After going 40-3 in an accomplished amateur career, Li Wen Yang brings a professional record of 14-2 (4) into the bout, and is reported to be in excellent condition ahead of his world title opportunity. He recently did well in sparring with Pound-For-Pound King Manny Pacquiao, and is touted as one of Chinas most talented boxers.
 

But he is in for a stern challenge against the more experienced Rachamongkol Kokietgym, 16-3 (6). A former WBC International and WBC Asia Champion, Kokietgym will be participating in his sixth professional title fight, so combined with a strong undercard the local boxing fans at ringside and watching on TV could be in for a real treat.
 

“The promoters have truly outdone themselves, organizing a card that will feature boxers from 7 different countries and territories, culminating in a UBO World title fight”, said Rick Staheli from the UBO Asia offices in the Philippines.

UBO World Title-Challenger Li Wen Yang, AKA Sugar Ray Lee!


 

“It is probably going to be a cool night, but this fight card, and especially the main event, should definitely heat things up. The thousands of attending boxing fans of southwest China will be the big winners on the night."
 

The Li Wen Yang vs. Rachamongkol Kokietgym UBO World Light Welterweight title fight will be televised by CCTV5, the main sports broadcaster in China, and will consequently be accessible to millions of viewers.


 

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