ESPN Africa Boxing returns in a week, and following the main and co-main events for the October boxing event being confirmed earlier, the promotion now has revealed the full card.
The Africa Boxing series’ September event saw two championships successfully defended by Jackson Chauke and Bangile Nyangani against Sinethemba Kotana and Gaveni Nkwanteni respectively. October’s instalment of the boxing series will also witness two championships up for grabs.
ESPN Africa Boxing 22 comes at you live from Johannesburg on Thursday 27th October at 19:00 (CAT) 🔥
— ESPN Africa (@ESPNAfrica) October 12, 2022
At ESPN Africa Boxing 22, two vacant championships will be contested for; namely, the WBO Global Junior Bantamweight Championship and the IBF Africa Welterweight Championship. Sikho Nqothole and Denmark Quibido will clash in the main event of the evening in hopes of claiming the WBO Global Junior Bantamweight gold. Preceding that, Jabulani Makhense and Henriques Lando will meet in the centre of the ring with hopes of capturing the IBF Africa Welterweight title. Both fights have a possible 12 rounds to reach their conclusion.
The rest of the main card features four fights including the welterweight, lightweight and junior middleweight divisions.
Here is the full fight card for ESPN Africa Boxing 22 🥊
Thursday 27th October at 19:00 (CAT) 🙌
— ESPN Africa (@ESPNAfrica) October 19, 2022
ESPN Africa Boxing 22 Fight Card
Sikho Nqothole vs. Denmark Quibido [WBO Global Junior Bantamweight Championship Fight]
Jabulani Makhense vs. Henriques Lando [IBF Africa Welterweight Championship Fight]
Kagiso Bagwasi vs. Tshifhiwa Munyai [Welterweight Fight]
Talent Baloyi vs. Kutlwano Ogaketse [Lightweight Fight]
Sazisiwe Simon vs. Monica Mkandla [Junior Middleweight Fight]
Kane Fourie vs. Sinethemba Blom [Lightweight Fight]
ESPN Africa Boxing 22 takes place on Thursday, October 27th.
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