the UBO Asia-Pacific title in his most recent
outing, stopping Thailand´s former WBO world
title-challenger Khachonsak Pothong in four
rounds last September.
Lamandau on March 31, he will be looking to take
another step towards a shot at the UBO World
Flyweight title. If successful, Tehuayo will be
living proof that records are often just
numbers, and that fairy-tale stories do happen
Lamandau will be entering his second opportunity
to win a title. In March of 2017 he came up
short in a fight for the WBC Youth World
Bantamweight title against Hinata Maruta from
Japan, and he believes that at Flyweight he has
a much better chance to be victorious.
winner will be on his way towards even bigger