Kramer Out-Boxes Valiant Arandjelovic To Win UBO European Title

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March 25, 2018 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

On a show paying tribute to Hungarian boxing legend Laszlo Papp, the three-time Olympic Champion and undefeated professional European Champion, unbeaten Peter Kramer won his first title in the paid ranks on Saturday, March 24.


In the main event of the card, Kramer captured the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) European Middleweight title at the Sporthall in Kistacsa, Hungary, defeating Serbian Danijel Arandjelovic by unanimous decision.

It turned out to be a competitive fight, with Arandjelovic being the more aggressive of the two, but Kramer boxed very well and was clearly the sharper and faster man.

The visitor did his utmost to take Kramer out of his comfort-zone, but the local favorite did well to keep his composure and land accurate counters.

After ten rounds of action, the judges scores were wide: 99-91 (Bela Florian), 100-90 (Janos Baranyi) and 100-89 (Bulcsu Gabris), but didn't reflect the effort of Arandjelovic who can be satisfied with a very valiant performance.

Photo: New UBO European Middleweight Champion Peter Kramer.



27-year-old Kramer, from the city of Erd less than an hours drive away, improved his record to 8-0 (5) in a professional career that only started last August. Arandjelovic, still only twenty-one years old, travels home at 5-4 (4).

The fight, and a massive thirteen fight undercard, was promoted by Tibor Feja and his Fight Night Show Promotions.








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