Malawi top female boxer Mtimaukanena returns to the ring

Malawi’s top female boxer Agness Mtimaukanena returns to the ring after a long break this Sunday 5th April, 2015 as she dates Tanzanian Amina Mohhamed at the Robins Park in the commercial city of Blantyre.

Mtimaukanena (r) posing with Nyasa Times reporter Elijah Phimbi

Mtimaukanena (r) posing with Nyasa Times reporter Elijah Phimbi

The boxer said she is very much prepared for the fight and hopes to win the six round non-title bout having lost her last two fights to Zimbabwean Fortunate Chidzivo at Motel Paradise and Novice Lorita Muzeya.

“I have learnt my lessons and its time I impress again to win trust of my fans. I have been training hard waiting for this moment and I am determined to win,” said Mtimaukanena.

The bout is being organized by Robin Alufandika of the Alufandika Boxing Promotion.

In an interview on Saturday, Alufandika said everything is set and called upon all boxing lovers to flock to Robins park to cheer Mtimaukanena.

“All the preparations are over and we are just calling upon all boxing lovers to come to Robins Park” said Alufandika.

He also revealed that plans are in the pipeline to organize an international fight abroad for the boxer.

“If all goes well, she will be going to Zimbabwe to fight mid or end of April” Alufandika said.

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21 thoughts on “Malawi top female boxer Mtimaukanena returns to the ring”

  1. Women empowerment says:

    Women are supposed to be tenderly held like eggs not to be rained with blows like men.Women were not meant for this sport.They lose feminity.

  2. ago says:

    The reporter is too close the woman is married. Boxing promotes stripping and violence. It is a game that puts yr health at risk. U die slowly the the blows you receive by trying to impresses people that you are strong. Enduring pain to entertain sadists is not worthy it.

    1. ago says:

      Wasintha sakuwoneka mwakale.

  3. King Jaffe Joffer says:

    I want to know whether it’s a foul to hit below the belt in female boxing

  4. onjoya says:

    Reporter yo ndi mtumbukatu eeeee!

  5. Dre nkhwazie says:

    Za striping nde siilantuni muzangobesa nazo ndalama bwanj mungosegula music company muzzpangila ndalama kwinako muku promoter oimba pamalawi

  6. Willard Mubvumbi says:

    She is a palooka.

  7. Yonah says:

    Ofunika kulimbikila

  8. Namulukunuwa says:

    Nyasatimes reporter mkono winawo wagwira Thako iwe

  9. thana nawe says:

    Malawians always negative. That’s why we don’t break the poverty cycle. Iam bringing Strip Clubs. Let’s see who gets richer better, cleaner, quicker.

  10. Dick says:

    Agness, tazisiya izi. Ndiwe wokongola koma sizimakukhala. Kukwatiwa ndi kulera mwana sizigiwrizana ndi nkhonya. PLEASE STOP IT. I WSIH YOU LOSE SO THAT YOU CAN STOP BOXING

  11. chikoya says:

    mpira at kamuzu stad and nkhonya 3km away, at same tme. bwana alufandika,dont complain of poor fans turnup later on.

  12. manyi says:

    Not 4 women mama Aggi

  13. chrician says:

    azimayi siziwakhala izi ayiiii

  14. john says:

    mwaganiza bwanji kupanga organize boxing very close to kamuzu stadium where BB willb playing Al Hilal on same day? poor planning!

  15. Francis says:

    Kodi azimayinu mwatani always kufuna kufanana ndi amuna musintha nazo nawonekedwe izi

  16. ujeni says:

    What a loser, losing two fights at home? What are you going to say if you lose this fight, another lesson learned.

  17. Rodriguas Latata says:

    Ukwati ndi nkhonya?

  18. Dr White says:

    Za boxing zi sizimayenera azimayi izi. Zimakhwimitsa nkhope kuyamba kumaoneka ngati mwamuna. Agnes nkazi wabwinobwino ngati iwe bwanji osapitiliza school yako pa MCA uyambe ntchito yabwino uzilera mwana wako. Zimenezo siilani amuna anu.

  19. arthur bingu says:

    All the best Chemwali,beat that TZ aziwe kut though nyanja sangakwanise kutenga

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