Toth & Mwakinyo New UBO Champions

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October 29, 2018 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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Sunday October 28 saw two new Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) Champions crowned, and one UBO Champion retain his belt only eight days after winning it.


At the Novomatic Arena in Sopron, Hungary, Laszlo Toth delighted his hometown fans when he won the vacant UBO Inter-Continental Welterweight title by stopping compatriot Gyula Rozsas in the fourth round.

30-year-old Toth, a former WBF International and IBF Inter-Continental Champion, was a level above the game Rozsas, who took the fight on short notice and showed plenty of heart and desire before the stoppage.

Photo: Laszlo Toth is crowned new UBO Inter-Continental Champion in Hungary.



The new UBO Champion improved his excellent professional record to 27-4-1 (19), and Roszsas, still only nineteen years old, sees his misleading ledger drop to 6-7-1 (4).

In Tanga, Tanzania, Hassan Mwakinyo captured the vacant UBO International Super Welterweight title with a second round demolition job of Joseph Sinkala.

Mwakinyo (23), who made a name for himself by stopping former European Champion Sam Eggington in England last month, is now 14-2 (10). Sinkala falls to 13-12-1 (7).

On the same card, UBO International Lightweight Champion Salimu Jengo amazingly returned to the ring only eight days after winning the title, and made his first defense quick when he stopped Juma Fundi in two rounds.

Jengo, who started this year by winning the UBO International title at Super Featherweight in March, improved to 12-2 (8). Fundi goes to 30-17-3 (11).








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