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October 25, 2017 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

  
 
 
Snarski, Browne, Lauren & More...
 
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After almost four years out of the ring, Poland´s former UBO World Lightweight Champion Dariusz Snarki returned on October 7 in hometown Bialystok, stopping Czech opponent Richard Walter (6-7-1, 5 KOs) in the opening stanza.

 
 

Now 48 years old, Snarski (33-32-2, 7 KOs) has had an interesting career, starting off as a prospect with victories in his first five bouts, and then developing into a journeyman with a 16-24-1 record, before turning things around again to win various regional titles and eventually the UBO World title.

His ring-return most likely a “one-off”, Snarski is mainly working in the sport as a manager and promoter these days.

UBO International Super Welterweight Champion Tommy Browne added the IBO Asia-Pacific title to his long list of achievements on October 20 in Singapore, and improved his record to 35-6-2 (13).

The Titan”, as the 34-year-old Australian is known, beat former UBO Inter-Continental Champion Sirmonkhon Iamthuam (92-3, 57 KOs) from Thailand by unanimous decision.

On October 21, former UBO Female World Super Welterweight Champion Mikaela Lauren (29-5, 13 KOs) of Sweden lost a challenge for the WBA, WBO, IBO, IBF and WBC World Welterweight titles against defending champion Cecilia Braekhus.

Lauren won the UBO World title in October of 2012 with a unanimous decision over Eva Bajic (AKA Eva Halasi), who in her very next fight became IBF World Champion. She made one successful defense, beating Esther Matshiya, also by unanimous decision, in March of 2014.

UBO World Light Heavyweight Champion Ryan ”The Real Deal” Ford took his record to 14-0 (9) on October 21, stopping Mexican trial-horse Miguel Cubos (11-13, 8 KOs) in the third round of a non title Cruiserweight fight in Calgary, Canada.

Keeping himself very busy, on September 9 he got rid of another Mexican, Joaquin Murrieta (5-5-2, 3 Kos), in the fourth round of a fight in Montreal. That was at Light Heavyweight, and also with no title on the line.

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