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February 19, 2018 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

Patel, Kreiskott, Fazekas...
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Since winning the UBO Inter-Continental Bantamweight title on December 30 of last year in Budapest, Hungary, stopping local man Szolt Sarkozi in two rounds, flamboyant Englishman Prince Patel has kept himself very busy.


Inside the first six weeks of 2018 Patel has fought three additional times, albeit against nondescript opposition in non-title fights, winning twice more in Hungary and once in Poland.

All three victories were inside the distance, and the 25-year-old Southpaw Londoner is now 9-0-1 (6) since turning professional in March of 2015.

Germany´s Werner Kreiskott, a true Cinderella-story in boxing, has announced his retirement after winning the UBO World Heavyweight title in what would be his last fight.

Kreiskott (25-19-2, 17 KOs) started his career as a journeyman, but turned things around for himself and went undefeated in his last fourteen outings.

He won the UBO World title on October 14, 2017 beating Georgian Gogita Gorgiladze by unanimous decision.

The Universal Boxing Organization wishes Kreiskott a happy retirement, and good luck in all of his future endeavors.

Former UBO Youth Super Lightweight Champion (in 2012) Laszlo Fazekas from Hungary may have seen better days in the ring, but he is still very much an honest and capable fighter who can hang with world class opponents.

And if you underestimate him, he will happily beat you.

Last June Fazekas won the Hungarian national Super Welterweight title, beating Zoltan Kispal (7-1), and on February 16 he only narrowly lost that championship by majority decision to highly touted and undefeated Ferenc Berki (10-0).

A 63-bout veteran, Fazekas (31-30-1, 18 KOs) is still only 28 years old and is now probably one of the best journeymen fighters in all of Europe. He is one of those fighters who is so crucial to the sport, willing to take on anybody from prospect to contender, and often at short notice.

Despite losing most of his fights outside of Hungary, he has only been stopped three times and deserves a lot of respect for what he is doing in boxing.

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