Patel Crush Ramos To Win UBO World Bantamweight Title

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January 14, 2019 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

Flamboyant Englishman Prince Patel remained undefeated and won the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) World Bantamweight crown on Sunday night (January 13) in the Hungarian capital of Budapest.


In the main event of a show promoted by Tibor Feja, Patel (26) dominated and impressively stopped Ronald Ramos from Columbia in the fourth round, flooring the co-challenger with a vicious body-shot. Referee Janos Baranyi waved it off at 2:00.

Having also won the UBO Inter-Continental title in December of 2017, and the WBO European title last May, Patel improved his impressive professional record to 18-0-1 (13). He has now stopped twelve of his last fourteen opponents inside the distance.

Photo: New UBO World Bantamweight Champion Prince Patel. 



A former WBC regional titlist and WBO world title-challenger at Flyweight, the game but out-gunned Ronald Ramos falls to 41-18-4 (20).








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