Ngebiyana claims vacant junior bantamweight title after 'heartless' display by Nqothole

Once again Sabelo Ngebiyana got the better of this time stopping him in six rounds to capture the vacant SA junior bantamweight and Legends Boxing Foundation (LBF) international crown at the Orient Theatre on Sunday.
The fight never rose to any heights as Nqothole, who had demanded a rematch after he was upset by Ngebiyana in their first fight in November last year in Swaziland, running for dear life.
Nqothole instead was more interested in complaining that Ngebiyana was fighting dirty.
At one stage he was dropped by a punch on the head but complained that the blow had landed behind his head.
For some strange reason referee Lulama Mtya did not administer the count.
In the sixth round Nqothole simply quit without being hit by a blow and remained on the canvas for the full count.
"I knew that Sikho does not have a heart. If I apply the pressure he would quit," said Ngebiyana after the fight...

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