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