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The UBO Notebook (April 10, 2024)

 
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APRIL 10, 2024 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

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

 
 

Indonesian gate-keeper Geisler AP, who lost a decision to Medi Boufoudi for the UBO International Super Welterweight title in February of 2023, won the Asian Boxing Federation Middleweight title last January.

AP (16-15-2, 13 KOs) is a dangerous foe for up-and-comers, as he proved by knocking out 4-0 Danuphol Chanprathak in the first round in Thailand.

Former UBO International Welterweight champion Cedrick Peynaud is still going strong. The 37-year-old Frenchman, who became UBO champion in 2016, last fought on March 9, defeating fellow countryman Joseph Meyobene by decision.


 
 

Peynaud, who turned pro in 2011 and is also a pro kick-boxer, has also won BeNeLux, Luxembourg and IBF European titles during his 10-8-3 (5) campaign.

UBO Female Inter-Continental Super Lightweight champion Shamara Woods improved to 8-0-1 (6) on March 19, stopping Natalia Jimenez in the fourth round of a non-title bout in Colombia.

On the same card, former UBO International Super Welterweight titlist Diego Allan Iablonski, now 11-2 (7), from Brazil returned to winning ways with a second round knockout of Joel Casiani.

Another current UBO Inter-Continental Super Lightweight champion, Isaiah Riquelmy, stayed busy with a third round stoppage of Bryan Zapata on March 23.

Riquelmy, only nineteen years old, is now 8-1 (6) after emerging victorious from the non-title affair.

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