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Prince Patel WBF World Bantamweight Champion
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FIGHT REPORT   Photo: New World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Bantamweight Champion Prince Patel from London, England.

On Sunday night, January 13, in Budapest, Hungary, Prince Patel from London in England captured the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Bantamweight title defeating fellow southpaw Ronald Ramos from San Onofre in Colombia.

Undefeated Patel started the fight on the front foot, working from a low stance in an attempt to wear Ramos down with body shots. At the same time. the more experienced Ramos, taking part in his second world title-challenge, tried to keep Patel at bay with his reach.

But after three rounds where both boxers tried to implement their game-plans, the 26-year-old Brit found his measure and landed a well-placed left hook to the body in round four, sending Ramos down for the full count of referee Janos Baranyi. The time of stoppage was 2:00.

The new World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Bantamweight Champion improved his professional record to 18-0-1 (13). Ramos, who came up short in a challenge for the WBO World Flyweight title in 2010, drops to 41-18-4 (20).

This being his sixth straight, and tenth overall fight in Hungary, Prince Patel´s crowning moment was the headliner of a show promoted by Fight Night Show Promotions, headed by Tibor Feja.

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