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Two Days, Three WBF Title Fights In South Africa
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PREVIEW   Photo: Cristiano Ndombassy & Jamie Webb, set to clash for the World Boxing Federation (WBF) International Super Welterweight title on March 12.

Three evenly matched World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship fights are lined up for Friday March 12 and Saturday March 13 in South Africa.

March 12 at the unusual venue of Pollsmoor Prison in Cape Town, South Africa-based Angolan Cristiano Ndombassy, 11-4 (9), will take on undefeated local hope Jamie Webb, 6-0 (3), for the vacant WBF International Super Welterweight title.

The Warrior of Faith”, Ndombassy, is by far the more experienced boxer with six previous title fights under his belt, but Webb doesn't yet know how to lose in the paid ranks, and has no plans of learning that on March 12. Brice Boxing Promotes.

The following day, Saturday March 13, in Pietermaritzburg not far from Durban, the vacant WBF All Africa Super Middleweight title will be up for grabs when Lee Dyer, 7-3-2 (6), and Andile Mtungwa, 5-4-1 (4), square off in an all-South African encounter.

The co-feature of that card, promoted by Nomvelo Shezi, will see Siphesihle Mntungwa, 6-1-1 (3), face Malawian Romeo Makwakwa, 9-6 (6), duke it out for the vacant WBF All Africa Lightweight title.

All three fights are more or less fifty-fifty, so it will be interesting to see who comes out on top.

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