Promising boxer, Kudakwache Nkhakamila Banda, maintained his unbeaten record on Sunday when he defeated experienced Enerst Msoliza during an eight-round non-title bout at M1 Centrepoint in Lilongwe.
It was an exciting affair as both boxers exchanged a flurry of punches in all the rounds with each kissing the canvas once.
The unbeaten Kudakwache had a slight advantage as most of his jabs landed on target.
Msoliza was a tough customer with his powerful punches, but Kudakwache used his tricks of hit-and-duck.
After eight rounds of an entertaining bout, Kudakwache was handed the victory through a unanimous points’ decision to take his unbeaten record to eight wins since he turned professional.
Surely, the youngster is slowly becoming a dominant force in domestic boxing.
“He gave me a good fight, but I showed him that I am the best boxer. If he wants a re-match I will beat him again,” Kudakwache said.
Msoliza conceded defeat, but said he was ready for a re-match.
In other supporting bouts, Brian Mwando knocked out Jones Mbenje, Yobe Kamnyonya won against Robert Kachiza, whereas Byson Gwayani beat Limbani Chikapa. Yohane Banda also defeated Mudi Kuminga.
Don King Boxing Promotions organised the bouts.
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