One Gym, Two Proud UBO Champions!                                   

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November 17, 2020 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

In Curitiba, the capital of Brazilian state Paraná, there is a renowned gym, mostly consisting of various martial artists, which goes by the name of “My King is Immortal”.


But professional boxers also train there, and two in particular bring pride and credibility to the team:

Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) Champions Fernando Almeida and Diego Allan ”Mexicano” Iablonski.

Almeida, 9-3 (9), won the UBO Inter-Continental Heavyweight title last February, when he, cheered on from ringside by Brazilian boxing icon Eder Jofre, stopped Argentina's reigning South American Champion Gonzalo Omar Basile, 75-12 (36), in one round.

While the fight took place in Brazil, Basile was considered a clear favorite as Almeida had come up short in his three previous step-up fights. But the 30-year-old had his own ideas, and blasted “El Paton” out in impressive fashion.


Diego Allan Iablonski, 7-0 (3), captured the UBO International Super Welterweight title on October 30, scoring a unanimous decision over Brazilian national champion Morrama Dheisw de Araujo Santos, putting a stamp on the victory with a knock-down in the final round.

Working his corner that night was Almeida, who appeared to be almost has happy as his friend when the verdict was announced.

Both Almeida, who also has a fine career as a Kick-boxer to be proud of, and Iablonski are consummate professionals who has not let the Covid-19 pandemic get in the way of their training. Now they just hope that they will be able to defend their UBO titles sooner rather than later.








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