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Daniel Bruwer’s SA cruiserweight championship fight against Fikile Nyalunga tops Sunday’s Rainbow Boxing Promotions tournament at the Orlando Community Hall in Soweto.

The tournament will be broadcast on SuperSport 6 from 5pm.

The seven-fight undercard includes a bout with former SA title challenger Charles Oosthuizen, plus a women’s bout at super-middleweight between Lillian Mulala and Lisbeth Bartler.

The bill:
SA Cruiser Weight Title: Daniel Bruwer v Fikile Nyalunga (12 Rounds).
Middle Weight (6 Rds): Charles Oosthuizen v Walter Dlamini.
Jnr. Feather (6 Rds): Themba Lesiba v Bongani Mahlangu.
Super Middle (4 Rds): Valentino Ntunda v Ranson Hobyane.
Heavyweight (4 Rds): Jene Lutete Kamba vs Ruan Visser.
Feather Weight (4 Rds): Thato Bonokoane vs Anslin Booysens.
Super Middle (6 Rds) Ladies: Lillian Mulala vs Lisbeth Bartler.
Light Weight (4 Rds): Edward Khwezi vs Babalo Ncakeni.



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