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WBF Victories For Lukas Ndafoluma & Onesmus Nekundi
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RESULTS   Photo: New World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental Middleweight Champion Lukas Ndafoluma.

With television coverage across the African continent via Kwesé Sports, Kalakoda Promotions put on yet another quality night of World Boxing Federation (WBF) Championship boxing on Friday, August 3, at The Dome in Swakopmund, Namibia.

Lukas “The Demolisher” Ndafoluma, coming off an excellent victory over Craig Cunningham in England, proved that he is no flash in the pan when he won the vacant WBF Intercontinental Middleweight title by defeating compatriot Ebenestus Kaangundue.

After more or less having things his own way in the first two rounds, Ndafoluma put an exclamation point on his dominance when he floored Kaangundue in round three with a left hand, and made him retire before the start of round four to claim the technical knockout victory.

Ndafoluma, who won the IBO All Africa title last year, improved his professional ledger to 12-1 (4). Kaangundue, a former Namibian national title-challenger stepping in on short notice to replace WBF All Africa Champion Jimmy Mabundji, falls to 6-3 (1).

In another all-Namibian encounter, heavy favourite Abraham Ndauendapo lost the WBF All Africa Super Featherweight title in something of an upset when Onesmus Nekundi was awarded a split decision after ten close rounds.

Nekundi, who also came in at short notice when Congo´s Bilindo Eseko pulled out, started the fight strong and was in command in the first half, while Ndauendapo finished the fight on top but probably got started too late to get the victory.

Judges Clifford Mbelo and Ricky Tshabalala scored the fight 97-93 and 96-94 in favour of Nekundi, now 9-5-2 (1), while judge Patrick Esterhuizen saw it 96-94 for Ndauendapo, who drops to 17-7 (5).

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