Biscak Stops Horvath To Lift UBO International Cruiserweight Title

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February 2, 2017 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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With warnings of massive snow-fall threatening to complicate things, a decent crowd turned up to watch undefeated Slovakian Viktor Biscak win the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) International Cruiserweight title on Wednesday, February 1, in Budapest, Hungary.


Facing late substitute Gergely Horvath (22), from Hungary, Biscak took on a young local fighter, but was still considered a big favorite in what was his first championship fight after turning professional in October of 2014.

And Biscak showed his class from the first bell, as he kept Horvath at bay with straight punches before picking up the pace in round two.

A well-placed combination send Horvath to the canvas, and the referee rightly waved it off at 1:57 of the round.


With the technical knockout victory, 31-year-old Biscak improved his unblemished record to 10-0 (7), while Horvath drops to 5-5 (1).

The fight was promoted by LP Box-Promotion.








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