Serban Clash With Boussis For UBO International Title

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November 3, 2017 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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Promising Czech Miroslav Serban is set for a tough test when he challenges for the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) International Super Lightweight title on Saturday November 25 at the Prosper Golf Resort in Celadna, Czech Republic.


Serban, 8-1 (5) and a pro since January of 2016, faces former World Boxing Federation (WBF) International Welterweight titlist Bryan Boussis (10-6-1, 1 KO) from France, who is moving down in weight in an attempt to win his second championship.

Serban´s sole defeat came in August of 2016 when he dropped a decision after eight rounds to Gabor Gorbics (19-3) in a fight for a regional title. He has since won four straight, leading up to what will be his first ten-rounder.

Boussis won the WBF International Welterweight title in his most recent outing, stopping Georgian Ruben Movsesiani in seven last April. Super Lightweight is his natural weight, and he is expected to be a very tough hurdle for Serban.

Photo: Poster for UBO International title fight on November 25 in Czech Republic.


At twenty-six (Serban) and twenty-five (Boussis) years of age, this is a fight between two young and hungry boxers fighting to enhance their careers. More often than not, this makes for entertaining action in the ring and it remains to be seen who wants it the most.

Promoter of the fight is Stanislav Schreiber.








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