The UBO Notebook (May 4, 2022)

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Universal Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) related news bits and information.


Reigning UBO All-America Welterweight Champion Brandon “The Cannon” Berry (23-6-2, 16 KOs) returns to action on June 11 at the Skowhegan Community Center, headlining against an opponent to be decided.

Berry (34), who won the UBO title in November of 2020 and retained it in April of last year, will also be the promoter of the show.

Former UBO International Super Flyweight Champion Sandeep Kumar from India took his record to 9-1-1 (6) on March 1, when he stopped fellow countryman Lucky Malik in the first round at the Virat Boxing Club in his home-town Gurgaon.


Current UBO International Super Flyweight ruler Josue Morales moved down to Flyweight and won the WBC United States Silver title on March 24, beating local man Arnulfo Salvador Rodriguez (15-2-1) by unanimous decision in Tijuana, Mexico.

Winning his twelfth straight fight, 29-year-old Morales, from Houston, Texas, improved his professional record to 23-12-4 (7).

UBO World Bantamweight Champion Patrick Liukhoto (15-2-2) will take part in a non-title fight on May 6 in his native Indonesia, when he faces Prince Andrew Laurio (11-3-1) from the Philippines.

On May 7 in Rome, recently-crowned UBO International Light Heavyweight Champion Giovanni “El Mamba” Carpentieri (13-4-3, 3 KOs) stays busy in a six-rounder against Hungarian journeyman Peter Orlik (24-30-1, 3 KOs).

Edmond Zefi, the UBO Youth Super Welterweight titlist, will aim to return to winning ways on June 10 in Switzerland, after losing a non-title fight in Poland to Lukasz Wierbicki (20-1, 7 KOs) at Welterweight this past March.

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