'Next Generation' to promote up-and-coming fighters

‘Next Generation’ to promote up-and-coming fighters

Fighting fans can expect nothing but honest competition from the boxing matches at Booysens Gym on Saturday.

The eight-fight card, which will be dominated by up-and-coming fighters still hungry for glory, is only the fifth tournament to be held in Gauteng this year.

Action is rare and is expected to be grabbed by the lucky fighters who get chances with both hands.

Promoter Larry Weinstein which gave some interrupts a chance to make some money in May at Unisa Conference Hall He will also be responsible for Saturday nighttournament.

He works with successful trainer Colin Nathan through No Doubt management and businessman Riaz Bhait who runs Booyens gym.

Fighters Ismail Kadri and Katlejo Khanisa will look to improve their ranking. These newcomers have less than five fights each but their abilities have already been recognized by the Boxing SA ratings committee.

Qadri is ranked eighth in the featherweight class while Khanisa is ranked ninth in the lightweight class. These prospects are trained by Nathan. They will engage in non-title battles for a dubbed bill next generation.

Qadri will face the ruthless Gerald Titus, whose mediocre fight record of three wins and four losses does not reflect his true potential.

Their fight, which could produce fireworks with Titus refusing to be a springboard, will be over six rounds.

Khanisa is matched up with Kwenzokuhle Qwabe and their fight is set to last eight rounds. KhanisaThe s-rank will be up for grabs against Qwabe, who has yet to get the rating committee’s attention.

Wainstein added Deejay Kriel and Lerato Turn off the lights Dalamini on his card. Kriel is a former IBF minimum world champion while Dlamini previously held the WBC silver featherweight belt.

They are on their way back. After failing to win the IBF junior flyweight belt on January 2, 2021, Creel last fought on December 9 of last year.

He won his school eight convincingly against Thembelani Nxoshe but the talented Creel was out of physical shape.

KRiel will face Namibian Japhet Amukwa, who has nine wins in 15 fights. They are scheduled to fight at flyweight for 10 rounds.

Crowd fighter and warrior Ngapolo Mhlongo Fuyo will face Mavusa over four rounds.

Work starts at 7 p.m.



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