Surman Jr. Demolish Horvath For UBO Crown

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October 14, 2018 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

With both boxer having close to one-hundred percent knockout records going in, it was always expected to something of a shoot-out between Hungarian hopes Zoltan Surman Jr. and Dominik Horvath on Saturday (October 13) at the Sporthall in Kistarcsa, Hungary.


The two twenty-year-old's put everything on the line for the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) Youth World Super Lightweight title in the main event of a card promoted by Tibor Feja and his Fight Night Show Promotion.

However, It earlier than most had anticipated, with Surman Jr. stopping Horvath at 2:34 of the very first round to capture his first professional title and improve his professional record to 9-1 (1). Horvath lost for the first time, dropping to 4-1 (4).

Photo: New UBO Youth World Super Lightweight Champion Zoltan Surman Jr.



On the undercard, UBO European Middleweight titlist Peter Kramer stayed busy with technical knockout victory in the fourth round of a non-title bout over Slovakian Istvan Nagy, improving his leder to 10-1-1 (7).








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