Gottlieb Ndokosho is spiting fires
International Boxing Federation Africa (IBF/AFRICA) – FRIDAY 7 JUNE, 2013, DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA – Namibian “King” Gottlieb Ndokosho is spiting fires as he train to defend his “IBF Africa, Middle East and Persian Gulf (IBF AMEPG) Featherweight Title” against the Egyptian slugger Ibrahim Mostafa a.k.a “The Butcher”!
The duo has been sending messages to one another warning of a beating since they signed their contract two months ago This has made their rumble to be one of the much talked about tournaments in Southern Africa Hemisphere. With the days moving toward June 29, the ground could “quicksand” for any of them as nothing is being left to chances short of victory!
Training at his gym in the outskirt of Namibian Capital City of Windhoek, “King” Ndokosho said that he has a clear strategy to humiliate the “Butcher” and he will force him into the retirement after their fight!
“It won’t be a distance duel and I promise you that” said “King” Ndokosho as he kept on punching the bag hard to the point that it shook the ground. He later spared with six boxers 4 round each. There is an air of confidence around the “King” and this means that he may know something about his rumble on June 29 that his opponent the “Butcher” does not know
Many boxing fans usually jams his gym everyday watching him doing his workouts and they cheers him as he shadow box, a sign that they all love him and expert to see Namibian professional boxing coming of age! As he skipped roping, the rhythm reverberates around the gym. It is like the “sound of the music” and Namibians in attendance loves him for that!
“King” Gottlieb Ndokosho will go in the ring with a record of 12(3)-3(1)-0 against 13(6)-4(2)-2 of Ibrahim Mostafa “The Butcher”. The tournament is promoted by Kinda Boxing Promotion of Namibia and will be held at the Windhoek Country Club Resort and Casino on June 29, 2013.
One of the main undercard will witness the Namibian legendary boxer Harry Simon “Terminator” (27-0, 20 KOs), in a warm up duel with the Hungarian Journeyman Zoltan Kiss Jr. (28-14, 12 KOs). Simon is preparing for his “IBF International Light Heavyweight Title” slated for July 27, 2013 in Namibia so, a win will certainly send a clear warning to his next opponent!