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Muzafar Khan Takes UBO Asia-Pacific Title With Split Decision

 
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OCTOBER 18, 2021 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
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Pakistan national Middleweight titlist Muzafar “Prince” Khan moved down in weight to become the Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) Asia-Pacific Super Welterweight Champion on Sunday, October 17, in Abbottabad.

 
 

Khan was the pre fight favourite against his co-challenger for the vacant title, fellow undefeated compatriot Haidar Ali, but didn't have an easy night in what was the main event of a show promoted by Akmal Khan Jardoon.

After eight rounds of very competitive boxing, with most of them close, judges Muhammad Afzal and Muhammad Ajmal scored the fight 78-74 and 78-72 for Khan, while judge Abdul Gaddus saw it 79-73 for Ali.

The new UBO Champion, who started his pro career in 2017 by winning the Pakistan national Super Welterweight crown in a scheduled ten-rounder, improved his unblemished record to 10-0 (8).


 
 

Haidar Ali drops to 3-1 (2), but proved that he can compete at more than just domestic level and should still be able to do well for himself in the ring.


Photo Credit: Khurram Jadoon.

 

 
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