Prince Patel Takes On Ronald Ramos For UBO World Title

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January 6, 2019 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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Undefeated Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) Inter-Continental Champion Prince Patel, from London, will take on Colombian Ronald Ramos for the vacant UBO World Bantamweight title on January 13 in Budapest, Hungary.


Patel, who won the UBO Inter-Continentral crown in December of 2017 and since captured the WBO European title, is 17-0-1 (12), while former WBO world title-challenger Ramos brings a 41-17-4 (20) record.

Budapest has become a second home for Patel, as he enters his tenth bout in the Hungarian capital. Besides Colombia, Ramos has also boxed in Mexico, Puerto Rico and Panama, but this will be his first trip to Europe.

Photo: UBO world title-challenger Prince Patel from England. 



In 2010 Ramos challenged Julio Cesar Miranda for the WBO World Flyweight title in Mexico, losing by eight round retirement, so he is hoping his second shot at a world championship will be more successful. He is coming off a victory last November on home soil.

Also on the line will be the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Bantamweight title, in what will be the main event of a show promoted by Fight Night Show Promotions.








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