Tehuayo vs. Lamandau In Jakarta For UBO International Flyweight Belt

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March 14, 2018 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) Asia-Pacific Champion Samuel “Hagler” Tehuayo from Indonesia will attempt to continue the resurrection of his career when he fights for the vacant UBO International Flyweight title on Saturday March 31 in Jakarta.


28-year-old Tehuayo, a professional for over eleven years and also a former Indonesian national champion (2010), will face fellow countryman Hamson “Tiger” Lamandau (23), on a show promoted by Armin Tan.

Having fought and held his own against some of the best in the world, almost always in his opponents backyard, Tehuayo´s record is massively misleading at 21-43-2 (6).

Photo: UBO Asia-Pacific Champ Samuel "Hagler" Tehuayo.



He won 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.

Against 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 in boxing.

Hamson 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.

The winner will be on his way towards even bigger things!








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