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ESPN Africa Boxing 20 - LIVE on FightBox HD 25.08.2022 from Johannesburg, South Africa


FightBox is proud to announce that ESPN Africa Boxing, one of the greatest new boxing franchises, will return to live action from Johannesburg, South Africa on Thursday August 28th, 2022 starting at 7:00 pm CET (8:00 pm local time).

In a first for ESPN Africa Boxing, a world-class, women-only fight card featuring the most inspiring and empowering women from across the African Continent. Six main card bouts aim at showcasing the most fierce and powerful women as they step up to battle for the crown, during August, which is Women’s Month in South Africa.

In the main event, Simangele “Smash” Hadebe (11-3-2) takes on Stumaki “S.T.U.” Muki (6-1) for the ABU Flyweight Championship in a ten round title contest. Hadebe is undefeated in her last six fights, capturing two titles and is looking to make her first defense of the ABU Championship. After losing on points in January of 2001, Muki has won her last three and is ready to capture her first championship. Also, in the co-main event of the evening, Ellen Simwaka (10-5-2) faces the undefeated Lanah Kasweka (6-0) in a ten round IBF Africa Bantamweight Title fight. The full fight card for the evening can be found below.

Main Event, 10 rounds, ABU Flyweight Championship Fight

Simangele Hadebe vs. Stumai Muki

Co-Main Event, 10 rounds, IBF Africa Bantamweight Championship Fight

Ellen Simwaka vs. Lanah Kasweka

Jr. Featherweight, 6 rounds

Nosiacwase Dube vs. Lufuno Mutshayi

Jr. Featherweight, 8 rounds

Matshidiso Mokebisi vs. Patience Mastara

Bantamweight, 4 rounds

Nomusa Ngema vs. Monica Mkandla

Jr. Featherweight, 4 rounds

Sazisiwe Simon vs. Adidya Mimu

ESPN Africa Boxing is a thrilling new boxing franchise featuring powerful boxers with warrior spirit and dazzling fights. Only here can you witness the greatest hidden gems of the African continent and FightBox is the broadcasting associate for these series of events.

In addition to the live worldwide broadcast on the FightBox HD channel in over 60 countries, the ESPN Africa Boxing coverage will also be available on-line to FilmBox subscribers at Card is subject to change.



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