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Aloua & Tavui Clash For International Crown

 
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November 14, 2011 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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Undefeated New Zealand prospect David Aloua is set to compete for his first professional title on November 25 when he squares off with former Samoan champion Faimasassa Tavui for the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ International Cruiserweight title at the Salle Louis Babo Aitamai de Fautaua in Tahiti.

 
 

24-year-old Aloua, based in Sydney, Australia and handled by multiple world champion Anthony Mundine and his father Tony Mundine, was an accomplished amateur and won the New Zealand national championships at heavyweight in 2009 and 2010 before turning pro earlier this year after representing his country in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in India.  

Only 4-0 (3) in the paid ranks, Aloua is on a fast-track to stardom. In his third professional fight he destroyed former WBO Oceanic and Oceanic Boxing Association (OBA) champion Walter Popu’a in the first round of a scheduled eight, and in his most recent outing he decisioned previously unbeaten Hunter Sam on the October 19 Mundine vs. Rigoberto Alvarez undercard in Newcastle, Australia.

In Faimasassa Tavui, Aloua will be stepping up his competition even further. Besides having almost eight times as many professional bouts as his opponent, Tavui has experience from several title fights and facing good opponents such as Zulfikar Joy Ali, whom he beat on one occasion, Soulan Pownceby, and former UBO title-holder Joseph Kwadjo.

Tavui (19-10-2, 11 KOs) is coming off two victories, and will surely be confident that he can delay Aloua’s climb in the rankings by upsetting the applecart on November 25. At the same time Aloua knows that beating an accomplished foe such as Tavui to lift the UBO title will make him an even hotter commodity on his way towards a world championship.

 

 

The David Aloua vs. Faimasassa UBO International Cruiserweight title fight on November 25 in Tahiti will be promoted by Pabrice Gobrait and the TBJ Fanatea Avia Club.

 

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