Champion Noah Zuhdi (17-1, 13 KOs) to defend his title
WBU Lightweight Champion
Noah Zuhdi (17-1, 13 KOs)
to defend his title belt
June 6, 2014
Noah Zuhdi's WBU World Title defense and the rest of the fight card has been moved from April 5, 2014 to June 6, 2014. More info on the new Friday, June 6, 2014 fight date upcoming soon or go to catboxentertainment.com. Since the fight date has been moved to June 6, 2014, if refunds of tickets are desired and were bought on line please contact ticketstorm.com. Exciting news coming on the June 6, 2014 WBU World Championship fight and hope to see everybody there!
On the undercard:
Popular Super Middleweight Bo Gibbs, Jr. (10-0, 6 KOs) in six rounds of exciting boxing action!
Former MMA Champion Joe Blurton, welterweight, making his pro debut
Ron "The Iceman" Aubrey (11-3, 11 KOs)
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Undefeated Super Middleweight Bo Gibbs, Jr. (10-0, 6 KOs)
Former MMA Star Welterweight Joe Blurton (pro debut)
Noah Zuhdi Blasts Vajda in Two, Retains Title
by Phillip Przybylo
In front of a packed house last night at the Lucky Star Casino in Oklahoma, WBU Lightweight Champion Noah Zuhdi did not disappoint in the partisan crowd as he knocked out clever counter-puncher Gyula Vajda in the second round to defend his championship.
Zuhdi (17-1, 13 KOs) came out strong and Vajda (12-4, 8 KOs), came out stubborn in the first stanza. In a lightening quick exchange in the center of the ring, Zuhdi followed up a jab with a thudding straight right, right as Vajda was trying to counter. The flash knockdown seemed to only wake the Hungarian up, however. Vajda began fighting at a heightened sense and temporarily stunned Zuhdi with a counter left that the champion described as "the second hardest I've ever been hit with."
Dickie Wood (PICTURED LEFT), Zuhdi's trainer, explained afterward, "He just got away from the gameplan. That's all it was. He wasn't moving around enough. I did my best to set him straight and get him back on the right page, the gameplan. And he did." READ MORE
Noah Zuhdi wins WBU World Lightweight Championship Title!
September 20, 2012, Cox Center, Oklahoma City, OK USA
Noah Zuhdi (16-1), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA defeats German Jurado (12-3), Changuinola, Panamafor the WBU World Lightweight Championship
Displaying a stunning combination of stamina, strategy and a powerful sense of purpose, Oklahoma City native Noah Zuhdi, by unanimous decision after 12 rounds, defeated Panamanian boxer German Jurado to win the World Boxing Union’s championship in front of a hometown crowd who, as one, responded with fervor their new world champion.
“As the crowd awaited the judges’ decisions after the 12th round,you could have heard a pin drop,” said Don “Moose” Lewis, President of the World Boxing Union. “I’ve been in some area of boxing my whole life and have never heard such a roar as when Zuhdi was announced the new WBU World Lightweight Champion." READ MORE
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ZUHDI IN UNANIMOUS DECISION OVER FORMER NABA CHAMPION MARTIN ARMENTA
CAPACITY CROWD AUGUST 13 AT COX CENTER!
FIELDS KOs HARVEY JOLLY IN THE THIRD
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