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Aloua Stops Tavui For Cruiser Title

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November 27, 2011 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

David Aloua from New Zealand stepped up to the plate and impressively captured his professional careers first title, the Universal Boxing Organization™ International Cruiserweight, on Friday November 25 at the
Salle Louis Babo Aitamai de Fautaua in Tahiti.


Aloua scored a technical knockout in round nine over Samoan warrior Faimasasa Tavui, and improved his unbeaten record to 5-0 (4). Former Samoan national Champion Tavui dropped to 19-11-2 (11).

The 24-year-old, who’s career is mainly based in Australia where he is handled by multiple world champion Anthony Mundine and Tony Mundine, boxed very well from the outset and used his superior technique to pile up the points and keep his more experienced foe at bay.

As the rounds progressed Aloua showed remarkable composure, while Tavui tried to get close without much success and his face bore clear evidence of the many punches landed by Aloua.

In round nine the referee called in the doctor to inspect a massive swelling on Tavui’s right eye and a possible broken nose, and decided to halt to the bout at the 1:32 mark.  

New UBO International Cruiserweight Champion David Aloua


The fight was promoted by Patrice Gobrait and the TBJ Fanatea Avia Club, who did a great job in organizing a fantastic show. Aloua proved that he is a prospect to watch out for in the future, and passed his first big challenge with flying colors.


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