Ndaendapo wins Africa Junior Lightweight IBF title

27 Aug 2015 10:10am
ONDANGWA, 27 AUG (NAMPA) – A boxer from Swakopmund, Abraham ‘Energy’ Ndaendapo is the new African Junior Lightweight International Boxing Federation (IBF) champion.
Ndaendapo won the title here in the early hours of Thursday morning after defeating Tanzanian boxer Mustafa Doto on a unanimous decision by the three judges at a boxing bonanza organised by Salute Boxing Academy.
The two boxers fought a 12-round bout for the title, which was vacant.
Namibia’s Albinus ‘Danny Boy’ Felesianu also won his Lightweight IBF Africa Persian Gulf title after beating Wilson Masamba from Malawi on a unanimous decision.
Other boxers that fought at the event include Joseph ‘Smokey’ Hilongwa of Namibia who took on Audrey Masamba from Malawi in an eight-round bout.
Hilongwa won the Bantamweight International title on a majority decision.
Johannes Mwetupanga of Namibia exchanged blows with Charles Misanjo from Malawi in an eight-round bout.
Mwetupanga won the middleweight title by a unanimous decision.
Lukas ‘The Demolisher’ Ndafoluma of Namibia beat down Malawian boxer Felix Mwamawaso in their six-round fight for a middleweight boxing title.
In another middleweight fight, Alfeus Shilongo of Namibia knocked out Simon Kakolola in the fourth round.
Namibians Nantael Kakololo and Immanuel Andeleki went up against each other for a featherweight title. The fight was won by Kakololo on a technical knockout in round two of their six-round bout.
Nathanael Sebastian and David Shinuna, both from Namibia, competed for a junior lightweight title, and Sebastian won the fight on unanimous counts.
In a Junior Featherweight six round-bout Jonas Matheus (from Namibia) beat Johannes Nikodemus (also from Namibia)
Jafet ‘Mysterio’ Amukwa lost his flyweight boxing title to another Namibian boxer, Immanuel Joseph on a unanimous decision.
The 10 fights were organised by Salute Boxing Academy to commemorate Heroes’ Day on Wednesday.
The fights took place at Nashitoke Platz in Ondangwa in the Oshana Region.