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Chiedza Homakoma is the new Zimbabwe National Female Lightweight Champion after she defeated champion Monalisa Sibanda in the first round of their scheduled 10 rounds fight at the City Sports Center in Harare on Friday night.
Homakoma started aggressively and a couple of punches that saw Monalisa go down, she picked herself up but the referee called of the fight, much to the shock of many who expected Sibanda to do well.
In the main bout Tinashe Mwadziwana defeated Ronald Tamani in the National Super Bantamweight. It was a tightly contested fight but Mwadziwana become stronger in the late stages of the fight resulting in one crucial punch that left Tamani with a deep cut just above the left eye in the fifth round which saw the referee stopping the fight with a TKO victory for Mwadziwana.
Tamani coached by former commonwealth champion Alfnso Zvenyika had started the fight well. Zvinyika was left fuming at his corner probable not happy that the fight had been stopped after the doctor was called in to monitor his boxer.
In the main supporting bout Elvis “Bulawayo Bomber” Moyo renamed himself the “Zimbabwe Bomber” after defeating Maksim Pedyura of Ukraine in the first round of their 8 rounds scheduled fight.
Moyo never gave Pedyura much chance, leaving up to his word before the fight that he was going to destroy the man from Ukraine. “It was a great fight, the guy came out throwing early and he kept me on my toes and kept me awake and I was punching hard and he got injured early, it was a good day in the office, we now looking forward to the next fight most likely in June and it will be a title defense as I have to defend my title every June, I am now the “The Zimbabwe Bomber” said Moyo.
In other supporting fights on the night Sting Gonorenda of Zimbabwe had the better of Djokito Sakuji of the DRC who complained of a shoulder injury at the end in their 8 rounds cruiser weight bout.
Zimbabwe’s Wesley Mcdade defeated Bright Mdoka of Malawi in their Super Middleweight fight in a contest that he dominated and excited the crowd.
The bouts were sponsored by Kalakoda and Kwese TV and were beamed live on Kwese Sports, with Soweto Tv also beaming the fights.
By Muziwethu Hadebe
Elvis “The Bulawayo Bomber” Moyo is confident that he can defeat Maksim Pedyra of Ukraine in their 8 rounds International Heavyweight bout at the City Sports Centre in Harare as Kwese Sports in conjunction with Kalakoda brings back Friday Night Boxing under the theme Kubatana.
The Ukraine was taller than Moyo at the weighing on Thursaday but the confident Zimbabwe boxer said it can work to his advantage indicating that tall trees are always chopped down. It will be interesting to see if the tough talking Elvis can live to his words.
In the women’s boxing, Zimbabwe’s shining star Monalisa Sibanda will fight in the Zimbabwe National Female Lightweight Title Bout with fellow Zimbabwean Chiedza Homakoma. Sibanda said the fight was a delayed one as she was looking forward to a routine win.
The National Super Bantamweight title bout will be contested for between Tinashe Mwadziwana and Ronald Tamani over 12 rounds.
Sting Gonorenda of Zimbabwe will fight Djokito Sakuji from DRC in an 8 rounds International Cruiserweight bout.
The other fight will be the 6 rounds International super middle weight fight between Zimbabwe’s Wesley Mcdade and Bright Mooka of Malawi.
All the bouts will be live on KFS 1(Kwese Free Sports 1) and you can catch the action live on other platforms like the Kwese APP, Kwese facebook page as well as on Soweto TV channel 251. The charges for the boxing are $10 for the Ringside, $3 for the unreserved and 25c for scholars.
Entertainment is set to start at 1800 HRS,with the actual fights expected to get underway at 2000HRS.