not defend the WBF title, but won nine non-title
fights before reclaiming it in April of 2016
with another second round stoppage of another
Hungarian in former UBO European and World
Champion Laszlo Hubert.
particularly big Cruiserweight, Seferi made a
very bold move when he ventured up to
Heavyweight to fight world-ranked Manuel Char
for the WBA International title in Germany later
that year. Seferi did well, but suffered his
first defeat via close but unanimous decision.
Cruiserweight he scored two victories, including
a defense of the WBF Intercontinental belt
against Brazil´s Marcelo Ferreira dos Santos,
before landing a big pay-day against comebacking
lineal world Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury on
June 9, 2018 in Manchester, England.
Fury was, as
expected, much too big for Seferi, who retired
on his stool after four rounds. But back at
Cruiserweight he had plenty more to do, and
proved his worth by scoring a draw against
former WBA World Champion Firat Arslan in
earned him a September 2019 crack at IBO World
Champion Kevin Lerena in South Africa, but it
was not Seferi´s night as he was stopped in the
third round. But Seferi still has high hopes on
winning a world title.
after the Lerena-setback, Seferi beat late
substitute Laszlo Ivanyi for the vacant UBO
Inter-Continental title, and all was set for him
to contest the UBO World title this past May.
Covid-19 prevented that from happening, but it
is hoped a rescheduling is possible before the
end of this year.