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January 11, 2018 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

Prochazka, Kelleher, Albert & More...
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Plenty of action for UBO Champions in the last few months of 2017...


UBO International Super Middleweight titlist Marek Prochazka from the Czech Republic only managed to get a draw with undefeated prospect Marten Arsumanjan on a show in Krefeld, Germany on November 26.

Prochazka went to 7-1-1 (4), and Arsumanjan 6-0-1 (2).

In Mansfield, Australia, UBO Asia-Pacific Cruiserweight Champion Benjamin Kelleher improved his record to 7-0-2 (4) on December 2, when he beat Nikolas Charalampous (16-1) by unanimous decision.

Kelleher added the Australian (ANBF) national title to his resume.

December 15 saw UBO Inter-Continental Super Lightweight Champion Zoltan Szabo, now 19-9 (8), win the vacant Hungarian national crown by beating Balazs Torteli, 14-1 (5), at the Lake Side Hotel in Szekesfehervar.

A professional for less than two years, he made his debut in February of 2016, Szabo (23) has been incredible active and always willing to take on all comers.

Six weeks after winning the UBO European Light Heavyweight title, Ferenc Albert from Hungary stayed busy with a non-title victory over fellow countryman Gabor G. Farkas (17-17-2) on December 16.

Winning by second round technical knockout at the Beast Arena in Budapest, 24-year-old Albert took his record to 26-12 (14).

Undefeated Armenian UBO Inter-Continental Super Middleweight ruler Armen Ypremyan continued to impress when he traveled to Belgium to beat local favorite Matingu Kindele by clear unanimous decision on December 25.

With the victory he is now 8-0-2 (3), and former World Boxing Federation (WBF) International Champion Kindele falls to 10-8 (3).


On December 30, at the Lucerna Hall in Prague, Miroslav Serban, the UBO International Super Lightweight Champion, won the vacant Czech national title.

Serban scored a unanimous decision over Jan Holec (9-3-1), improving his professional ledger to 10-1 (5).

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