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Kal Yafai & Demetrius Andrade retain titles as Joseph Parker sends message to heavyweights

Boxing News South Africa

Britain’s Kal Yafai makes a fifth successful defence of his WBA super-flyweight title as WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade and heavyweight Joseph Parker also record wins.
'Britain’s Kal Yafai makes a fifth successful defence of his WBA super-flyweight title as WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade and heavyweight Joseph Parker also record wins.'

Konkco to fight for WBC title

Boxing News South Africa

International Boxing Organisation (IBO) minimumweight champion Simphiwe “Chain Reaction” Konkco will become the first South African boxer to challenge for the World Boxing Council (WBC) title in almost eight years. This follows after the WBC
'International Boxing Organisation (IBO) minimumweight champion Simphiwe “Chain Reaction” Konkco will become the first South African boxer to challenge for the World Boxing Council (WBC) title in almost eight years. This follows after the WBC approved Konkco as the challenger to reigning WBC minimum weight champion Chayaphon Moonsri popularly known as Wanheng Menayothin. The news […]'

ICASA regulations will cripple Boxing SA further: Lejaka

Boxing News South Africa

Boxing South Africa (BSA) Chief Executive Tsholofelo Lejaka says the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa’s (ICASA) proposed regulations would further cripple the professionalism of the sport that is already dying a slow, painful
'Boxing South Africa (BSA) Chief Executive Tsholofelo Lejaka says the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa’s (ICASA) proposed regulations would further cripple the professionalism of the sport that is already dying a slow, painful death. Lejaka made his presentation on Day Two of the week-long hearings on Draft Sports Broadcasting Services Amendment Regulations in Centurion […]'

Boxer of the Year Award to boost Mbenge in Germany in July

Boxing News South Africa

International Boxing Organization (IBO) welterweight champion Thulani “Tulz” Mbenge’s preparations for his title defense against Sebastian Formella in July have received a major boost after the Mdantsane-born boxer won the Male Boxer of the Year
'International Boxing Organization (IBO) welterweight champion Thulani “Tulz” Mbenge’s preparations for his title defense against Sebastian Formella in July have received a major boost after the Mdantsane-born boxer won the Male Boxer of the Year award at the South African Boxing Awards ceremony held at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg on Friday night. Content […]'