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ESPN Africa 21: Jackson Chauke Expertly Defends Belt in Classic Title Fight
- ESPN Africa 21 proved to be an entertaining and absorbing affair at The Galleria in Sandton
- The main event of the night lived up to expectations as the event continues going strength to strength
- South African flyweight champion Jackson Chauke had to sweat hard to defend his belt against promising challenger Sinethemba Kotana
ESPN Africa Boxing 21 at The Galleria in Sandton, Johannesburg last night might just be the best one yet.
The event was headlined by Jackson Chauke having to defend his South African flyweight champion belt against Sinethemba Kotana. The unpredictable war that the fight turned into will live on long in the memory of those who were in attendance and watching from home.
The 37-year-old Chauke used his experience to navigate the 28-year-old Kotana's fierce challenge to successfully defend the title once again in a unanimous decision after 12 rounds. Elsewhere, Bangile Nyangani comfortably retained the South African mini-flyweight championship against Gaveni Nkwenteni, also by unanimous decision in a 12-round bout.
Main card results:
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- Darrin Rossouw wins by TKO over Sheldon Schultz (failed to answer round 5)
- Patrick Mukala wins by TKO over Simion Tchetha (1 min, 55 sec in round 3)
- Luvuyo Sizani wins by unanimous decision over Rowen Campbell (79-70, 76-73, 78-74)
- Bangile Nyangani wins by unanimous decision over Gaveni Nkwenteni (119-109, 119-109)
- Jackson Chauke wins by unanimous decision over Sinethembu Kotana (118-110, 116-114, 116-112)
- Cayden Truter wins by TKO over Nkululeko Mdletshe (2 min, 50 sec in round 5)
- Lence Ngoy wins by majority decision over Ntethelelo Nkosi (57-57, 59-58, 58-56)
Boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather flaunts $ 20 million watches to prove he is not broke
Popular YouTuber Jake Paul recently suggested that boxing icon Floyd Mayweather has not paid his brother for their exhibition boxing match because he has run out of money.
After watching Victor Osimhen’s UCL performance against Man Utd, former Real Madrid star speaksFootball
Mayweather fought with Jake's older sibling, Logan, in an eight-round contest in June last year which ended in a draw.
Fifteen months after the bout, the undefeated American boxer is yet to fulfill the full payment to his opponent, leading to reports that he is broke.