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The Battle For The Beautful African Princess Postponed

INTERNATIONAL BOXING FEDERATION AFRICA (IBF/AFRICA) – MONDAY 22 JULY 2013
, DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA – The Kenyan Beautiful Florence Muthoni’s date with Princess Agnes Matimakunena of Malawi’s rumble has been postponed after it has fail to live up to expectations. The pair were skated to fight for the vacant IBF I/C Female Welterweight Title July 27, 2013 in Blantyre, Malawi. Continue reading

Frederick Lawson Won The Thrilling IBF International Welterweight Tournament

Finally, the IBF Continental Africa Welterweight King and I/C rated # 5 marvelous Frederick Lawson had his day in the ring after winning a thrilling title tournament to become the new IBF International Welterweight King. The rumble which took place at the Jubilee Pool House, near Club House in Accra, Ghana last night, kept boxing spectators on their feet throughout the fight. Continue reading

George Ungiadze arrives in Ghana, ready for Lawson

The Georgian Strongman George Ungiadze has arrived in Ghana with mountains confidence and promised to obliterate Frederick Lawson. Exuding confidence, the Macho Georgian gladiator talked as he shoved journalists aside who were meeting his arrival at the Kutoka International Airport in the outskirt of Accra, Ghana. Continue reading

COPPER PRODUCING ZAMBIA REGAINING ITS POSITION IN SOUTHERN AFRICAN BOXING FRATERNITY IN COLLABORATION WITH IBF/AFRICA

INTERNATIONAL BOXING FEDERATION AFRICA (IBF/AFRICA) – WEDNESDAY 17, 2013, DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA – Zambia, a small country in Southern Africa neighboring Tanzania and DRC to its to its north, Angola to its west, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana to its South and Malawi to its East is on the process to create other Lottie Mwales. Continue reading

IBF CONTINENTAL AFRICAN CHAMPIONS SHINES AT THE IBF I/C RATINGS

NTERNATIONAL BOXING FEDERATION AFRICA (IBF/AFRICA) – TUESDAY 16, JULY, 2013, DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA – IBF progression path has started to bear fruits by uplifting the levels of African boxers after its Continental and International Champions were included in the latest IBF I/C ratings respectively. Initially, this two pronged paths would propel African boxers towards world titles in due time. Continue reading

Harry Simon TKOs Kiss in Round 2, Results from Namibia

Egyptian Mummy Mask. Hungarian large entourage. And a packed auditorium ever seen in Namibia. for years. In a caper worthy of Hollywood, or at least Nollywood, the most awaited rumble in the Kalahari Desert between Harry Simon v. Zoltan Kiss Jr. on the one hand and King Gottlieb Ndokosho v. Butcher Ibrahim Mostafa on the other hand lived to its expectations as thousands of cheering Namibian boxing spectators were treated to the sizzling fireworks from the four boxing luminaries. Continue reading

Harry Simon ready to rumble!

Fat Harry is no longer here. He’s gone,” said a trim and relaxed looking Harry Simon yesterday. Gone are the flabby arms and bulging waistline and in their place is a leaner physique more akin to a professional boxer. Simon has shed 20 kilos for tomorrow night’s catchweight fight against Zoltan Kiss Jr and yesterday vowed to make the most of his opportunities from here on in. Continue reading

IBF Africa News: Richard Commey; Norfat Emilio

IBF-Champ-1-copyBy Onesmo Alfred – The “IBF Continental Africa Lightweight King” and Ghanaian Richard Commey is going some places. After winning the IBF Africa’s continental crown in March this year, Richard has been restless as many offers have been coming on his way that include fighting for top honors of several boxing organizations. But, Richard has been choosy for his illustrious boxing career by not to embarking on the dead end voyage.

Richard is endeavoring to wrestle for the “Commonwealth Boxing Council (English Empire) lightweight title” arguably one of the oldest and prestigious titles in the world of boxing. Founded in 1954, the “Commonwealth Boxing (English Empire) Boxing Council” or CBC has given rise to many a boxers many of whom went to become champions of the world. These include several African boxers like Azumah Nelson, Ike Quartey, Lottie Mwale, Ayub Kalule, and many more. Continue reading

Hurricane Harry Simon Is Back!

From 1998 to 2001 Harry Simon better known as “The Terminator” was the undisputed champion of the world who ruled several weight divisions from Middle to Super Middle. Harry’s reputation in the ring was a clean cut boxing enterprises and he had no mercy when it came to defending his title because his bread earner! Continue reading

IBF Africa Boxing Roundup

Fred-Lawson-wins-IBF-AFrica-titleThe “IBF Continental Africa Welterweight King” and the 2008 “Beijing Olympic” Ghanaian marvelous Frederick Lawson has finally found a replacement for the Burkinabe boxer Patrice Sou Toke.

The man that Lawson should be watching closely is the “Georgian Strongman” George Ungiadze 22(10)-14(3)-0 and this time around they will fight for the vacant “IBF International Welterweight Crown in end of June 2013″.

Marvelous Frederick Lawson with a canning metaphor of cruelly disposing his opponents is known for his non-nonsense attitude and he box the way “Marvelous” Marvin Hagler did in the 80s. Lawson is cool and has a tendency to wink to his opponents when punishing them in the ring. Continue reading