Lulu, a 26-year-old from Cebu City, has been a
pro since November of 2010 and brings a
nice-looking 12-2-2 (5) record. Last year he won
the Luzon Professional Boxing Association title,
a regional championship in his home-country.
Just this past April he challenged for the WBO
Asia-Pacific Featherweight title in Japan,
coming up short against 28-0 contender Genesis
Servania who is currently scheduled to fight
Oscar Valdez for the WBO World Featherweight
If successful against Lulu, Baloch could
amazingly be just one or two fights away from
challenging for the UBO World Super Bantamweight
title, and potentially making more boxing
history in Pakistan. But, first he has a tough
task ahead of him on September 24.