The Cannon Ready To Fire: Takes Aim At UBO Title                                    

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November 4, 2020 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

Brandon ”The Cannon” Berry will square off with Zack Kuhn for the vacant Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) All-America Welterweight title on Saturday November 14 in Derry, New Hampshire, USA.


The fight will headline a huge card with more than twenty professional bouts, promoted by Granite Chin Promotions at the New England Sports Center.

Berry, from West Forks in Maine, comes into the fight at 18-5-2 (12) since turning pro in 2013, while Charleston, West Virginia´s Kuhn is 10-6-1 (5) in a paid career that kicked off in 2010.

After a rough period in 2018 that saw Berry lose three of four outings, he has won five straight, four inside the distance, and he feels more than ready to become a UBO champion, saying:

I´m very happy and excited to be fighting November 14 for the UBO All-America title. Boxing is a passion of mine, and I´m very fortunate to be able to do it during these times, so adding a title into the mix is a big bonus”.


33-year-old Berry enjoys a lot of local support in his home-state, and he is not one to forget those who also stands behind him when he goes out of state for one of the biggest fights of his life:

I want to thank each and every one of my supporters and sponsors, especially Crab Apple Whitewater, T-Built Builders and New Hampshire Parking Co. for continued loyalty. And thank you to the UBO for making this possible, I hope to have a long and successful relationship with your organization”.







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