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Sigmon, Long Rematch To Decide UBO All-America Title

 
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March 12, 2020 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
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NEW DATE PENDING! The City Armory in Lynchburg, Virgininia, USA, will set the scene when Scott “Cujo” Sigmon and Dustin Long clash for the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) All-America Cruiserweight title on March 28.

 
 

This will be a rematch, as Sigmon prevailed by seventh round technical knockout of their hard-fought original ten-round encounter back in July of 2018.

Sigmon (34-14-1, 17 KOs), entering his pro bout number fifty, is a former WBC United States Super Middleweight Champion, and has fought the likes of legendary former UBO Inter-Continental and multiple World Champion Roy Jones Jr., whom he lost a decision to in February 2018.

Dustin Long (3-1-2, 3 KOs) may bring a modest professional boxing record, and will be considered the underdog again, but he has plenty of additional fighting experience from being an accomplished MMA operator.


 
 

In boxing he is on a three-fight winning-streak, and coming off a fourth round emphatic knockout of Marsellos Wilder (5-1, 2 KOs), the brother of former WBC World Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder.

Both men have announced their intentions to comprehensively defeat the other, and it shapes up to be another barn-burner.

The Sigmon vs. Long rematch for the UBO All-America Cruiserweight title will headline a show promoted by Cujo´s Toe To Toe Promotions in association with Immortal Sports Management.

 

 
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