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African Pride Fighting Championship 6: Radley vs. Zwengu Headline
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PREVIEW   Photo: Fight-Poster for World Boxing Federation (WBF) All Africa Light Heavyweight Title Fight on November 3 in S.A. (Click Photo to see full poster).

When the sixth instalment of the African Pride Fighting Championship series takes place on Friday November 3 at Hope Street Hall in Cape Town, South Africa, a World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship bout will be topping the twelve-bout card.

Undefeated prospect Nicholas Radley will step up in class to take on experienced former two-division Eastern Cape Champion, and South African national title-challenger, Makhasonge Zwengu for the vacant WBF All Africa Light Heavyweight title.

Radley, 4-0 (4), will be jumping in at the deep end in what is his first title fight. Three of his four opponents so far hasn’t made it out of the first round, while the fourth adversary was stopped in the third. Against Zwengu, over ten rounds, he is bound to get much more resistance.

Makhasonge Zwengu is 10-13 (5) since turning professional in 2006. Unlike Radley, he has fought at championship level several times, winning the Eastern Cape title in 2013 at Middleweight, and the Light Heavyweight version the following year.

The exciting undercard includes another ten-rounder at Featherweight, with the Western Cape title on the line, and Zimbabwean WBF All Africa Cruiserweight champion Chamunorwa “Sting” Gonorenda in a non title fight against Tshanda Nagula from D.R. Congo.

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