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==About UBF==
 
==About UBF==
 
The Universal Boxing Federation is devoted to the development and recognition of champion boxers at their respective weight divisions, while facilitate growth in and around of the sport.
 
The Universal Boxing Federation is devoted to the development and recognition of champion boxers at their respective weight divisions, while facilitate growth in and around of the sport.
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== UBF & Charities ==
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On December 7, 2012 the [[Universal Boxing Federation]]announce that they has teamed up with Buena Cosas, and will be donating to this nonprofit organization started by the women in Guatemala. The UBF hand-picked this charity, deciding to take 10 % of the sanctioning fees they collected from the month of November 2012 and donate it to this charity.
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"Our first champion since our launch is Cindy Serrano," said Richard Spilotro of the UBF. "Obviously we support all women who fight in the ring or outside of the ring - these brave women of Buena Cosas are fighting to protect nature, and providing for their communities. It was only right we support this great organization." Additionally, the UBF will have Buenas Cosas plant trees in Guatemala in name of their champions and those who have perished to soon.
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Source: [http://www.boxingnews24.com/2012/12/universal-boxing-federation-teams-up-with-buenas-cosas-a-guatemalan-based-charity/ Universal Boxing Federation teams up with Buenas Cosas, a Guatemalan-based charity]
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 18:53, 8 December 2012

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Universal Boxing Federation

About UBF

The Universal Boxing Federation is devoted to the development and recognition of champion boxers at their respective weight divisions, while facilitate growth in and around of the sport.


UBF & Charities

On December 7, 2012 the Universal Boxing Federationannounce that they has teamed up with Buena Cosas, and will be donating to this nonprofit organization started by the women in Guatemala. The UBF hand-picked this charity, deciding to take 10 % of the sanctioning fees they collected from the month of November 2012 and donate it to this charity.

"Our first champion since our launch is Cindy Serrano," said Richard Spilotro of the UBF. "Obviously we support all women who fight in the ring or outside of the ring - these brave women of Buena Cosas are fighting to protect nature, and providing for their communities. It was only right we support this great organization." Additionally, the UBF will have Buenas Cosas plant trees in Guatemala in name of their champions and those who have perished to soon.

Source: Universal Boxing Federation teams up with Buenas Cosas, a Guatemalan-based charity


External Links

UBF Homepage

UBF Facebook

UBF Twitter