Pro-boxers to invade Namibia

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Local professional boxers are set to invade Namibian capital Windhoek on July 5 for bouts against Namibian opponents at the Windhoek Country Club.

Former amateur boxers Tefo Letshikgwane and Kgomotso Bok will be making their professional boxing debuts alongside reigning World Boxing Council (WBC) Pan African champion, Lesley Sekotswe who will be fighting a title bout. The three boxers travel to Windhoek under Bond Boxing Promotions owned by Bond Ngubula.Sekotswe,whose long awaited World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Junior Bantamweight Title seems a far- fetched dream will be playing a rematch of the International Boxing Council (IBC) Inter Bantamweight title with Namibian Immanuel Naidja.

The two fought earlier in the year with their bout ending in a draw. Letshikgwane will fight Nathaniel Kamati in the bantamweight non-title bout while Bok will square up against Japhet Utoni in the flyweight category.The two boxers were unveiled to the media in a press briefing yesterday and they promised nothing but fireworks in their debut fights. Speaking at the unveiling of the boxers, Bond Promotions patron, Dickson Gabanakgosi said pro-boxing is still a new baby that still needs some nurturing and support.

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