Eseko Celebrates Ali-Foreman Anniversary With UBO-Defense                                      

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October 23, 2020 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

On October 30, the forty-sixth anniversary of Muhammad Ali taking the world heavyweight crown from George Foreman, Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) championship boxing will top the bill when the iconic 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” is celebrated in the city where it took place, Kinshasa, D.R. Congo.


Reigning UBO All-Africa Lightweight Champion, and local favorite, Belindo Eseko, 11-2 (3), will be making his first defense of the title he won last November by defeating fellow countryman Regie Bangu Vanduku.

In the opposite corner at the Ballers House RDC will be undefeated challenger Forele Malonga Dzalamou, 5-0 (5), from Congo-Brazaville, who, like the champion, is twenty-five years old.

Promoter Mukadi Manda describes his main event as a genuine fifty-fifty fight, as Eseko, a former D.R. Congo national champion and UBO Central Africa titlist, has professional experience on his side, while Dzalamou has a clear edge in power.


With plenty of bragging rights on the line, besides the UBO title, fights between boxers from the two neighboring countries almost always deliver fireworks for the fans in attendance.







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