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Ndauendapo Schools Ntshangase In Namibia
POSTED ON JULY 29, 2017.
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FIGHT REPORT   Photo: World Boxing Federation (WBF) Championship boxing in Swakopmund, Namibia on July 28.

Classy Namibian Abraham Ndauendapo excelled in front of his home-town fans in Swakopmund, winning the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) All Africa Super Featherweight title on Friday, July 28, defeating tough South African Nkosinathi Ntshangase.

Fighting in one of the featured bouts of a show promoted by Kalakoda Promotions at 5000 seat state of the art arena The Dome, Ndauendapo lived up to his ring-moniker “Energy”, and proved to be a level above his gutsy but out-classed foe.

Boxing wonderfully for ten rounds he was awarded a clear and much-deserved unanimous decision, as judges Ricky Tshabalala and Laizy Nainda both gave Ntshangase one round, scoring the fight 99-91, while judge Filemon Mweya had it a shut-out at 100-90. Referee in charge of the action was Timo Haikonda.

A pro since 2007, the 33-year-old new WBF All Africa Champion improved his record to 17-4 (5). Ntshangase, also 33 and never stopped inside the distance in a career that started in 2009, falls to 14-10-1 (8).

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