THE ghost of Tshifhiwa Munyai is looming large for the Duncan Village boxer Thabo Sonjica who is battling to secure an opponent for his IBO junior title originally set for May 4 at the Orient Theatre.
ONE of the country’s most successful boxing promoters, the Eastern Cape’s Mzi Mnguni, suffered a stroke while on his way to a title clash in Durban at the weekend.
Yokose-Gqokoma clash no contest. THE highly anticipated clash for the Eastern Cape junior bantamweight title between Wele Yokose and Unathi Gqokoma ended prematurely when it was declared a no contest after both boxers clashed heads in the second round at Mdantsane Indoor Centre yesterday.
FOR all its success resulting in its anointment as the Mecca of boxing in the country, the sport has never quite appealed to the white community in the Eastern Cape
A BITTER contractual dispute involving three top Duncan Village fighters against their promoter Mzi Mnguni is threatening to tear the boxing world apart with even Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula being asked to intervene.
Mpendu killed after shebeen quarrel in Mdantsane. TRAGEDY struck the mecca of boxing when promising flyweight Mbulelo Mpendu was stabbed to death at the weekend.
Confusion as ref appears to stop fight seconds before bell. CONFUSION reigned at the Mdantsane Indoor Centre when referee Allen Matakane waved the fight over after Xolani Mcotheli took a serious pounding from Jasper Seroka just seconds after the end of their SA junior lightweight title clash.
Ndongeni vows to teach Mokwana a lesson. IT is rare for a boxer to admit that he is not the smartest in the ring, but Xolisani Ndongeni has no qualms conceding his strength for success lies in physical fitness.