Reborn! Majiha Take On Filipino Rosia For UBO World Title

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UBO  -  Universal Boxing Organization™

Knocking down British star Andrew Selby twice, but still not awarded the victory on the scorecards when they fought in September of 2019, appeared to be a positive turning point for Fadhili Majiha (30-14-4, 15 KOs).


Since then, Majiha has won six straight, beating the likes of Harvey Horn (9-0) and Manyo Plange (21-0-1), and now he will get a chance to become Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) world Bantamweight champion.

On September 30 in Mwanza, Tanzania, he will face Filipino contender Renz “The Jaguar” Rosia, who despite a mediocre 17-10-2 (9) record, has proven to be a world class fighter.

A former three-time Philippines national champion, WBC International champion and IBO world title-challenger, Rosia (35) has fought a long line of top opponents, and has defeated several of them since turning pro in 2006.


A former UBO International and WBA Africa titlist, Majiha (30) is not lacking in the experience department either. In 2011 he challenged for the UBO world Super Flyweight title, losing a decision to Mudde Ntambi in Uganda.

In 2017 he ventured up to Super Featherweight, coming up short in a challenge for the UBO world title against Singaporean Muhammad Ridhwan.

Six years on, he is now ready to have a third crack at world honours, and continue his impressive winning-streak against a tough co-challenger in Rosia, who will have his own ideas of how the fight will turn out.

Both will know that this is a big opportunity, and their fighting-styles almost guarantee that this one will be full of fireworks.







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