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Boxing | South Africa

Budler and Lerena romp to victory
Hekkie Budler, South Africa’s most prolific champion of recent years, annexed the IBO light-flyweight belt with an eighth-round TKO of Joey Canoy at Emperors Palace on Saturday night. Read full article
Kit Markotter retires after 38 years
Kit Markotter has retired as secretary of the Johannesburg Amateur Boxing Organisation. Read full article
Budler takes on Canoy at Emperors Palace
Three international fights and two quality preliminary fights will be held at Emperors Palace near Kempton Park on Saturday night. Read full article
Ndongeni named boxer of the year
Former IBO lightweight champion Xolisani Ndongeni from the Eastern Cape received the Boxing SA Male Boxer of Year Award in Durban on Friday night. Read full article
Bumper tournament for Khayelitsha
Howard Goldberg, the president of the WBF, has announced details of a bumper tournament, including two world title fights, to be held at the Oliver Tambo Hall, in Khayelitsha near Cape Town, on Friday 31 March. Read full article
Three South Africans rated
The weekly British Boxing News newspaper that has been compiling ratings for over 100 years, have listed three South Africans in their 2017 Boxing Guide Division-By-Division in their latest issue of January 5. Read full article
Mpontshana wins SA title
In what was considered an upset, Phila Mpontshana outpointed Aphiwe Mboyiya. Read full article
Mchunu stopped in nine
Oleksandr Usyk from the Ukraine retained his WBO junior heavyweight belt when he stopped South Africa’s Thabiso Mchunu in the ninth round at the Forum in Inglewood, California. Read full article
Thysse never looked like a boxer
Andre Thysse never really looked like a boxer. When he got into the ring, spectators noticed the long, thin legs, pipe-stem arms and sloping shoulders; no broad chest and bulging muscles. Read full article
Mboyiya makes first defence of title
Aphiwe Mboyiya makes the first defence of his South African junior lightweight title when he meets Phila Mpontshana at the Orient Theatre in East London on Friday night. Read full article
Dramatic win for Tshemese
South African junior bantamweight champion Lindile Tshemese retained his title when he came from behind to stop Athi Dumezweni in the 12th round at the Orient Theatre in East London. Read full article
Silila defends SA junior fly title
Bongani Silila makes the third defence of his South African junior-flyweight title. Read full article
Zingange and Dlamini meet
Sibusiso Zingange and Ashley Dlamini meet for the vacant African Boxing Union super featherweight title Read full article
Fana collapses after fight
Ghana’s Emmanuel Tagoe won the vacant IBO lightweight belt when he completely dominated South Africa’ Mzonke Fana over 12 rounds to score a unanimous points decision. Read full article
Mbenge shows star power
Unbeaten Thulani Mbenge had too much firepower for the DRC’s Eric Kapia Mukadi last night, dismantling his challenge inside four brutal rounds at Emperors Palace to win the vacant ABU welterweight belt. Read full article
Christmas cracker at Emperors Palace
The annual Christmas cracker tournament will take place at Emperors Palace near Kempton Park on Thursday night. Read full article
Seforo wins Gauteng light flyweight title
Mpho Seforo won the vacant Gauteng light flyweight title when he beat Percy Mkhize on a ten round majority points decision at the Centenary Hall in Krugersdorp on Saturday night. Read full article
Konco retains IBO belt
In one of the best fights seen in the South African ring this year Simphiwe Konco retained the IBO minimumweight belt in East London on Sunday. Read full article
Khonco makes first defence of IBO belt
Simphiwe Khonco makes the first defence of his IBO minimumweight belt when he faces fellow South African Nkosinathi Joyi at the Orient Theatre in East London on Sunday afternoon. Read full article
Joseph 'Skiet' Tsotetsi dies
Joseph 'Skiet' Tsotetsi, a former Transvaal junior lightweight champion who fought from 1972 to 1982, passed away at his home in Soweto near Johannesburg on Sunday after a long illness. Read full article
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