"But I found hope again,
and returned to the ring in 2018 after almost
three years out. Then I suffered a detached
retina, but never gave up and, despite not being
able to be as active as I wanted, I continued to
dream while healing."
"After becoming a free
agent in late 2020, blessings began to pour. As my
own manager I learned the business, and won the
ABF USA title and UBO International title, to set
up my shot at the UBO World title, which I won and
was blessed to defend."
"I am satisfied with what I
have learned and accomplished, but of course would
have liked to accomplish more."
"I consider the UBO family,
its an honest, loyal one-of-a-kind organization,
and I am forever grateful to them,
and hope to work with them in the future and help
it grow further."
"I want to thank everyone
who has supported me in my career, especially my
wife and my family."
the 2021 UBO Boxer of the Year, is currently
studying to become a self-employed home-inspector.
are also ongoing for him to join the UBO as a USA
representative, staying involved with the sport he
loves and enabling him to make good use of some of
the things he has learned as a fighter and
thanks Noel for representing us, we are immensely
proud he was our world champion, and wish him and
his family all the best in the future. Life has
only just begun!