The Roar Of Singapore II: Quinlan vs. Siaca For UBO World Super Middleweight Title

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March 20, 2017 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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Ringstar Management is taking professional boxing in Singapore to the next level on Saturday May 27, with The Roar of Singapore II. Four world championship fights, and upwards of nine total title bouts is what the promotional company is planning.


Already announced is undefeated Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) World Light Heavyweight Champion Ryan Ford (11-0, 7 KOs) defending his title against highly ranked Robert Berridge (29-6-1, 21 KOs) from New Zealand.

Now Ringstar CEO and founder Scott Patrick O´Farrell reveals that an agreement is in place for former IBO World Champion Renold Quinlan to take on former WBA World Champion Manny Siaca for the vacant UBO World Super Middleweight title.

27-year-old Australian Renold Quinlan (11-2, 7 KOs) shot into prominence when he won the IBO World Super Middleweight title last October, upsetting former IBF world champion Daniel Geale with a stunning second round knockout.


He lost the title in his first defense, to Chris Eubank Jr. in London this past February, and now “The Dunghutti Destroyer” is eager to return to action, become a two-time world champion, and prove that he is not just a one-hit wonder, by defeating Siaca.

But he will not be in for an easy ride against the man from Toa Baja, Puerto Rico. With seven previous world championship fights in three weight classes on his resume, against some very big names, Manny Siaca (25-8, 20 KOs) has probably seen it all.

His breakthrough came in 2004 when he traveled to Australia and beat Quinlan´s compatriot Anthony Mundine by split decision to lift the WBA World Super Middleweight title. He lost the WBA belt to one of the best Super Middleweights of all time in Mikkel Kessler, but remained a top-contender ten years on.

Despite being quite inactive in recent years, Siaca has kept in training as several fights fell through. Now he is finally set to return, and convinced that he will defeat Quinland to restore his place amongst the best Super Middleweights on the planet.

Said promoter Scott Patrick O´Farrell: “Quinlan vs. Siaca, a battle of two former world champions fighting to win a second world title, Ford defending his world title against Berridge, two additional world title fights to be announced, and several more title fights. This is going to be a huge event!”

Our first Roar of Singapore event, on February 17, was a great success, so on May 27 we are looking to do it at a much bigger venue, as this will be an even bigger show. I don’t want to blow my own horn, but Ringstar is quickly making Singapore the hotbed of Asian boxing.”

An official announcement of The Roar of Singapore II, including venue, ticket-information and TV details, is forthcoming in the near future.








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