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Friday 19 April 2019
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‘No Mercy Part 5’ promises a storm

Boxing MAINThe much-anticipated clash of the Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) Nestor Sunshine Boxing and Fitness Academy’s ‘No Mercy Part Five’ boxing bonanza will finally stage tomorrow with promising bouts, including the awaited Hitman-Mokwena fight.
The bonanza will be staged at the Windhoek Country Club Resort in the capital, as from 19h00. The main bout will feature the two stalwarts, who have unfinished business since 11 June.
Former Namibian World Boxing Association (WBA) Lightweight champion Paulus ‘The Hitman’ Moses will get his second chance to deliver what he has once promised – to punish South African lightweight boxer Thomson Mokwena after their first meeting was declared a no contest and thus leaving many waiting to their second clash. The two will throw out the best of punches for the World Boxing Organisation (WBO) Africa Lightweight title.
Speaking to Nampa at a press briefing yesterday in the capital, Windhoek, Mokwena assured the public that he is ready to fight this time around and set the record straight. “The last time I was here we did not fight as planned because ‘The Hitman’ was so scared of me and he head-butted me. I really don’t want to talk too much but on Saturday it will be my punches talking in that ring. I am going to break The Hitman’s ribs,” he said.
Countering Mokwena’s threats, Moses told his opponent he has heard such threats before and tomorrow he will do what he does best.
Trainer and promoter Nestor Tobias told The Patriot that all his boxers are ready for the evening as always and thus called out to the nation to come and support what will be another promising win for the Namibian house. “We hope Mokwena does not chicken out as he did last time. We are prepared just like we were last time. Our plan is to get the world title but to get there, we have to defeat people like Mokwena.”
The opening fight of the evening will see Walter “Executioner” Kautondokwa face South African Walter Dlamini for the WBO Africa Middleweight title. Kautondokwa boasts an undefeated record of 11 fights, 10 of which were knockouts. The knockout specialist faces Dlamini’s record of 16 fights – 12 wins, 1 defeat and 3 draws.
The second card will introduce Jeremiah “No Respect” Nakathila and South African Jasper Seroka to the ring for the WBO Africa Junior Lightweight title. The undefeated Nakathila in all 10 fights will be looking forward to adding a seventh loss to Seroka’s record of 32 fights and 26 wins. Hard-punching bulky pugilist and undefeated WBO Africa Junior Welterweight champion Julius ‘Blue Machine’ Indongo will face Tanzanian Fabian Lyimo for his nineteenth fight. After receiving a ranking on the World Boxing Organization (WBO) in March, Indongo will be looking towards improving his ranking once again.
Also looking towards improving his ranking is Immanuel “Prince” Naidjala, who faces Tanzanian Fadhili Majiha for the WBO Intercontinental Bantamweight title. All fights are scheduled for 12 rounds.
“I want all my boxers to win. We have beaten credible and world champions before so this is just another that we are doing for the country,” said Nestor.
The first fight starts at 19h00. Tickets are available at Computicket and the Namibia Control Board at N$300 for the general public and N$10 000 for a VIP table seating 10 boxing lovers.




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