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Mirage Khan Annihilates Pangaribuan For UBO Asia-Pacific Title

 
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November 12, 2016 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
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Malaysian Light Heavyweight hope Mirage Khan, AKA MMuhammad Meeraj, captured his first professional boxing title on Saturday (November 12) at the Foochow Building in Singapore, when he beat Indonesian Elly Pangaribuan for the Universal Boxing Organization™ Asia-Pacific crown in convincing style.

 
 

A determined Khan took firm control of the fight from the first second, and made sure it was one-way traffic as he scored a first round technical knockout to impress the sizable crowd attending the fourth edition of the Singapore Fighting Championships series.


The 26-year-old from Kuala Lumpur improved his professional record to 7-1 (3), while Pangaribuan (37) dropped to 10-10-3 (5). Time of stoppage was 1:36.


Photo: New UBO Asia-Pacific Light Heavyweight Champion Mirage Khan, with manager Scott Patrick Farrell.

 

 

"I would like to thank the UBO, Singapore Fighting Championships, and of course Ringstar Management for this opportunity", said a happy champion after the victory.


"I am now the Asia-Pacific champ, and I will one day fight for the UBO World title. I would like to quote Socrates: Give me a place to stand, and I will move the earth".

Manager Scott Patrick Farrell added: "I must thank RightHook Communications, Phuket Top Team, Alex Gym, SFC and Spartans Boxing Club, without whom this great victory would not have been possible!".


The Khan vs.Pangaribuan UBO Asia-Pacific Light Heavyweight title fight was promoted by Singapore Fighting Championships and Ringstar Management, and one of several championship fights on a show billed as SFC4 – Changing The Game.

 

 
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