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Stats Of A UBO Champion: Ali Nestor Charles

 
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September 18, 2018 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
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Many very talented boxers have held Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) titles through-out the years. Some more famous than others, some who went on to become famous, and some who are currently on the way towards a break-through. This is Stats Of A UBO Champion!

 
 
  
NAME:    ALI NESTOR CHARLES (CANADA) 
 
DATE OF BIRTH:    FEBRUARY 8 - 1974 
 
ALIAS:    N / A
 
UBO TITLE:    WORLD SUPER WELTERWEIGHT (4.7.2012) 
 
RESULT / OPPONENT:    KO 8 OVER MARTIN AVILA (MEXICO): 13-8 (6) 
 
RECORD AT THE TIME:    12-5-2 (4)  -  A PRO FOR 9 YEARS & 9  MONTHS
 
CURRENT RECORD:    13-5-2 (5)     120 ROUNDS, KO PERCENTAGE: 25
 
PRO DEBUT:    JULY 9 - 2002 (MONTREAL, CANADA) 
 
STANCE:    SOUTHPAW 
 
HEIGHT:    183 CM. 
 
REACH:    N / A 
 
OTHER TITLES WON:    CANADA / QUEBEC BOXING COUNCIL MIDDLEWEIGHT (2009) 
 
    CANADA MIDDLEWEIGHT (2010) 
 
    WBC LATINO MIDDLEWEIGHT (2011)
 
FUTURE:     

- After winning the UBO World Super Welterweight title in April of 2012, Ali Nestor Charles decided to retire from professional boxing.

Instead he returned to Mixed Martial Arts, a sport he had also competed in before turning to The Sweet Science.

He had two more MMA fights, in December of 2012 and in May of 2013, and has since been completely retired from active fighting.

 
 
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