Bellais UBO World Champion, Stops Andino In Short War

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July 28, 2018 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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Frenchman Cedric Bellais is the new Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) World Light Heavyweight Champion, after winning the vacant title on Friday (July 27) at the Salle Maco Nena in Papeete, Tahiti, the city of his birth.


Bellais, the reigning UBO Inter-Continental titlist going in, stopped Argentinian Crispulo Javier Andino in the third round, after what can only be described as a short all-out war between two very aggressive boxers.

After back and forth action between southpaws in the first two rounds, Bellais connected with a hard, well-placed left hook in round three, sending Andino crashing to the canvas.

Photo: New UBO World Light Heavyweight Champion Cedric Bellais in action.



A clearly hurt Andino did his best to beat the count of referee Dominique Schmit, but was rescued by his trainer who threw in the towel, making Bellais the winner by technical knockout.

The new UBO World Champion improved his professional record to 21-8-3 (9). “La Cobra” Andi travels back to Argentina at 20-11-1 (11).








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