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Two Title Fights Underline ESPN Africa Boxing 22 Extravaganza
- The latest edition of ESPN Africa Boxing is set to get pulse racing this Thursday evening, 22 September
- Two continental titles will be on the line at The Galleria in Sandton, north of Johannesburg
- The main event will involve flyweight brawlers Jackson Chauke and Sinethemba Kotana
ESPN Africa Boxing 22 promises to be an entertaining and absorbing night of the 'sweet science'
Two title fights will headline the event that will be held in Sandton, Johannesburg on Thursday, 22 September starting at 7pm South African time. For those not attending, the programming will be on DStv channel 218, StarSat 248 and SABC Sport across the African continent.
Jackson Chauke will collide with Sinethemba Kotana for the South African flyweight belt, while Bangile Nyangani and Gaveni Nkwenteni will tussle for the South African Mini Flyweight title.
Main event: SA Flyweight Title (12 Rounds): Jackson Chauke (21-2-1) v Sinethemba Kotana (8-2-2)
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Co-main: SA Mini Flyweight Title (12 Rounds): Bangile Nyangani (21-1-1) v Gaveni Nkwenteni (6-3-1)
Light Heavyweight (8 Rounds): Rowan Campbell (12-1-0) v Luvuyo Sizani (6-0-0)
Super Middleweight (8 Rounds): Patrick Mukala (12-2-1) v Simion Tchetha (12-5-1)
Junior Middleweight (6 Rounds): Darrin Rossouw (5-0-0) v Sheldon Schultz (4-3-0)
Jnr Middleweight (4 Rounds): Cayden Truter (5-0-0) v Nkululeko Mdletshe (0-0-1)
Super Lightweight - 4 Rounds Ntethelelo Nkosi (4-1-0) v Kiaku Lence Ngoy (3-1-0)
Mike Tyson reveals the truth about his health after viral photo of him in a wheelchair
Former boxing champion Mike Tyson has disclosed that he is suffering from a rare condition known as Sciatica that sometimes requires him to be in a wheelchair.
Last month, fans raised concern after photos emerged of Tyson wheelchair-bound and moving around with the aid of a stick, Sports Brief reported. Former boxing champion Mike Tyson has disclosed that he is suffering from a rare condition known as Sciatica that sometimes requires him to be in a wheelchair.
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Last month, fans raised concern after photos emerged of Tyson wheelchair-bound and moving around with the aid of a stick.