And he is
right. All fights are more or less 50/50
match-ups, and a testament to Ringstar´s
ambition to consistently deliver entertainment
for the fans, and not just build records for
local fighters against easy opposition.
Roar of Singapore” is proof that if promoters
dare to do great things, and put their money
where their mouths are, almost anything is
possible. O´Farrell is a prime example of just
this, and his plan is for February 17 to be only
started off with the main event, the world title
fight, and little by little the show developed.
Now we have four UBO title fights on the same
card, something that has never been done before,
and I am really satisfied and happy that we are
able to pull this off. To achieve you have to
already in progress for Ringstar Managements
next promotion, in late April, and if all goes
well it could be an even bigger spectacle.
Seeing how O’Farrell works, and how competent
his team is, it is hard to think otherwise.
Roar Of Singapore”, is a highly interesting
match-up for the vacant Universal Boxing
Organization™ (UBO) World Light Heavyweight
title between Ryan Ford (9-0, 6 KOs) from Canada
and New Zealand´s Sam Rapira (15-3, 10 KOs).
“Miracle” Mirage Khan, AKA Muhammad Meeraj,
(7-1, 3 KOs) will challenge for the vacant UBO
Inter-Continental Light Heavyweight title
against Australian underachiever Jake “The
Snake” Gathercole (4-6-1, 2 KOs).
Kelleher (2-0-1, 1 KOs) from New Zealand takes a
big step up in class when he fights for the
vacant UBO Asia-Pacific Cruiserweight belt
versus the seasoned Satria Antasena (10-8, 4
KOs) from Indonesia.
The fourth UBO
championship fight sees local Singapore-star
Rafi Majid (3-0, 3 KOs) in an attempt to win the
vacant Asia-Pacific Super Middleweight title
against Thailand’s former UBO world
title-challenger Plaisakda Boonmalert (39-25, 33
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