UBO World Light Heavyweight Champion, ahead on
all scorecards by 79-73, 79-73 and 80-71 at the
time of the stoppage, took his ledger to 10-0
(6), while Rapira drops to 15-4 (10).
the main course,
local Singapore-favorite Rafi “The Ruffian”
Majid remained undefeated, as he captured the
vacant UBO Asia-Pacific Super Middleweight crown
with a devastating first round knockout of
former world title-challenger Plaisakda
Boonmalert from Thailand.
stoppage was 2:01.
winning his first professional title, Majid
also became Singapore´s first ever male
professional boxing champion
as he improved his record to 4-0 (4).
and experienced Boonmalert never got a chance to
find his rhythm, and travels back to Bangkok at
UBO Asia-Pacific Light Heavyweight ruler
AKA Muhammad Meeraj, added the vacant UBO
Inter-Continental title to his collection by
stopping Australian Jake “The Snake” Gathercole
in round four.
Malaysia´s Khan started strong
to force the finish and
consequently improve his record to 8-1 (4).
Gathercole, far more competent than his
statistics suggest, falls to 4-7-1 (2).
New Zealand prospect
impressed as he claimed the vacant UBO
Asia-Pacific Cruiserweight title with a
round knockout of
much more experienced Satria Antasena from
professional boxer for only five months,
Kelleher upped his record to 3-0-1 (2) in the
paid ranks. Antasena is now 10-9 (4).
the card, UBO Female Inter-Continental Super
Featherweight champion and Singaporean
Nurshahidah “The Sniper” Roslie, 5-1 (3),
stopped Ratsadaporn Khiaosopa from Thailand in
the second round of a non-title fight.