Pugilists Felix Mwamaso and Charles Misanjo will slug it out in an eight-round non-title bout slated for November 20 at M1 Centrepoint in Lilongwe.
Don King Boxing Promotion has organised the bout in conjunction with Association of People with Albinism in Malawi (Apam) to raise K2 million for the association.
The stable’s Managing Director, Antonio Dzilimbire, said the stable partnered Apam to contribute towards the good cause.
“Boxing is one of the most followed sport in the world. We believe that all boxing fans in the country will be willing to assist the association,” he said.
Apam’s General Secretary, Mayinad Zacharia, said the partnership with Don King Promotion was timely.
“As an association, we face numerous challenges and we hope that by partnering some individuals, it will help to alleviate some of the challenges. We are grateful to Don King Boxing Promotion for organising the bout,” Zacharia said.
In the last bout, Mwamaso defeated Brian Mwando through a technical knock-out (TKO) at the same venue.
Mwamaso boasts of 17 wins and seven losses in 24 bouts whereas the 26-year-old Misanjo has won 15 fights and lost nine in 24 bouts.
Misanjo is fighting under No Pain No Gain Promotions whereas Mwamaso is unattached.
In the main supporting bouts, Robert Kachiza will meet Yobe Kamnyunya whereas Alexander Likande will take on Limbani Chikapa.
Yusuf Ali will be in action against Ernest Chipanda whereas Geoffrey Msukwa will meet George Alikanjero.
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