Felesianu promises fireworks against Pambeni on Saturday

08 Aug 2019 17:00pm
WINDHOEK, 08 AUG (NAMPA) – Namibia’s lightweight boxer Albinus ‘Danny Boy’ Felesianu says his opponent Peter ‘Sniper’ Pambeni from Zimbabwe will be a bonus when the two boxers clash on Saturday.
Felesianu and Pambeni will battle it out for the vacant World Boxing Organisation (WBO) Africa title during the Salute Boxing Academy ‘Clash of the Titans’ boxing bonanza that will be held at Ramatex Hall in Windhoek on 10 August.
Speaking during a press conference in Windhoek on Thursday, Felesianu said Pambeni should mentally condition himself for the pain he is going to receive on Saturday night.
“I am going to punish you and you will feel the pain when you get in the ring with me because I prepared well for you,” he said.
Felesianu who has a record of 21 fights, two losses and one draw added that there is nothing that’s going to come between him and the vacant WBO Africa title.
His opponent Pambeni the Sniper, who has a record of 22 fights, 16 wins, three draws and three defeats to his name, told the media that talk is cheap because Felesianu will learn more about him when his punches start raining on him on the night.
“I am not going to prophesise on when I will knock him down but all I know is he is going to feel the Sniper when I snip on that night. I don’t want to talk a lot as my punches will do that for me,” said Pambeni.
The Clash of the Titans boxing bonanza will see 13 bouts on the night with three titles on the line.
Lazarus Shaningwa and David Shinuna will fight for the vacant super featherweight Namibia national title while Nathanael Kakololo will fight Toto Helebe from South Africa for the vacant African Boxing Union (ABU) title.
(NAMPA)
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