I will break Hitman's ribs: Mokwena

04 Aug 2016 16:30pm
WINDHOEK, 04 AUG (NAMPA) – South African lightweight boxer Thomas Mokwena says he will beat former Namibian World Boxing Association (WBA) Lightweight champion Paulus ‘The Hitman’ Moses when the two meet on Saturday.
The two boxers will clash during the Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) Nestor Sunshine Boxing and Fitness Academy’s ‘No Mercy Part Five’ boxing bonanza at the Windhoek Country Club in the capital.
The two boxers will lock horns in a rematch for the World Boxing Organisation (WBO) Africa Lightweight title.
The last time they met in the ring was on 11 June, when they accidentally butted heads and Mokwena was injured. The fight was declared a ‘no contest’, leaving many fans disappointed.
Speaking at a media briefing in the capital on Thursday, Mokwena said he is ready for the fight and the time has come to set the record straight.
“The last time I was here we did not fight as planned because ‘The Hitman’ was so scared of me and he head-butted me. I really don’t want to talk too much but on Saturday it will be my punches talking in that ring. I am going to break The Hitman’s ribs,” he said.
Moses told his opponent he has heard such threats before and on Saturday he will do what he does best: defeat his opponent.
Other fights on the night will see Immanuel ‘Prince’ Naidjala take on Fadhili Majiha from Tanzania in defence of his WBO Bantamweight inter-continental title.
Julius ‘Blue Machine’ Indongo will take on Fabian Lyimo from Tanzania in defence of his WBO Africa Junior Welterweight title.
The undefeated Jeremiah ‘No Respect’ Nakathila will be fighting for a continental title when he steps into the ring with Jasper Seroka from South Africa for the vacant WBO Africa Junior Lightweight title.
The opening fight of the night will see Walter ‘Executioner’ Kautondokwa fighting for the WBO Africa middleweight title against Walter Dlamini from South Africa.
Tickets for the night are going for N.dollars 300, while VIP tables seating 10 guests are going for N.dollars 10 000. Tickets are available at Computicket and the Namibia Boxing Control Board.