The boxing card of Title Tornado sponsored by UFX.com presents some of the best boxers from different parts of the globe.
Martin Murray will defend his WBC Silver Middleweight belt against Italian Domenico Spada. The 31-year old Murray hails from Saint Helens in the UK and ranked in the top 10 by the World Boxing Association. He has been a boxer for the last 14 years. Murray has 30 fights with 28 wins (12 by KO), one loss and one draw. Spada has a total of 44 fights (19 wins by KO) and five fights.
UFX.com struck a sponsorship deal with with Hennessy Sports and Golden Gloves for the Title Tornado event.
UFX.com managing director Dennis de Jong is very excited with his company’s involvement in this boxing bonanza.
Hekkie Budler is risking his title against Xiong Zhao Zhong of China. Budler is from Johannesburg, South Africa and the current WBA and IBO minimum weight champion. He used to be the IBO light flyweight holder. Xiong is the first professional boxing champ from China and former Minimum Weight champion of the WBA.
US-Nicaraguan Randy Caballero from Coachella, California remains undefeated in the Featherweight division and incumbent Youth Intercontinental Super Bantamweight champion of the WBC. In 2010, Caballero won against Gonzalo Nicolas. The following year he wrested the WBC title from Alexis Santiago. He will fight the UK’s Stuart Hall. Hall is from England and former International Boxing Federation champion. Hall has 21 pro fights with 16 wins, seven of these coming by knockout. He has three losses and two draws.
Managing director Dennis de Jong of UFX.com said that indeed it is an honor for the company, an award-winning global FOREX online firm to have a major part in this great boxing event.
Of course, the UFX.com emblem will be emphasized in the boxing ring and stadium Boxers will also be given UFX t-shirts to wear as part of the arrangement between UFX and its partners.
UFX.com announced that it is urging boxing fans from different countries to give their all out support to this extravagant boxing event.
Ryno Liebenberg of South Africa belongs to the light heavy weight category with a 16-0 record. He will clash with Colombian Eledeir Alvarez. As an amateur, he won the 2007 Pan American games in the light heavyweight division for men. He turned professional in Canada and brandishes a 15-0 record. They will fight for the silver belt of the WBC.
The prestigious ESPN television network will cover Title Tornado in the Principality of Monaco.
According to OCTAPIXX Live, global distributor of boxing championship events and marketing company, it is very happy that the telecast will be seen all over the world and looks forward to millions of people watching this event in Monaco.
Title Tornado will be shown live in TV in over 100 nations. These are the United States, Canada, the entire portion of Western Europe, Africa, and China. This broadcast feed will also reach Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the Middle East, Uruguay, Macedonia, and some 50 African countries.