Featured UBO Champion: Robert Quaye

PRINT  PRINT   Add to Facebook


UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) International Super Lightweight Champion Robert Quaye, 20-0 (17), from Ghana, turned professional at age twenty in August of 2013 in his home-town Accra.  


Amazingly he had eight fights in the last four months of 2013, and won the Ghanaian national Lightweight title in the last of those, sharing a bill iwith future World Lightweight Champion Richard Commey.

He would not be as active in the years to come, and never defended the national Lightweight crown, but in October of 2016, after six more wins, he won the Ghanaian Super Lightweight title with a wide unanimous decision over Abdul Aziz Quarter (13-2).

After one defense of the Super Lightweight title, stopping undefeated Kpakpo Allotey (12-0) in nine rounds, Quaye captured the WBO Africa Super Lightweight title in December of 2018 with a first round demolition of Tanzanian Vincent Mbilinyi (10-1-3).


He lost some momentum when he was not able to secure a fight in 2019, and only managed to get in the ring once in 2020, defeating Mouibi Serouna (20-14) by second round stoppage.

2021 was better for Quaye, as he registered another second round victory in March, over journeyman Kofi Ansah Raymond (8-34), and then won the UBO International title in the first round against Nathaniel Nukpe (13-7-1).

At 29 years of age, and undefeated in twenty fights, Robert Quaye is definitely ready to fight for a world championship. He has proved his capabilities, and deserves a shot at becoming world champion.

Maybe 2022 will be the year for him.








NOTE: If you detect any issues with the legality of this site, problems are always unintentional and will be corrected with notification.