Malawi boxers overwhelm Zimbabwe challengers

Two Malawian boxers Osgood Kayuni and Wilson Masamba had a fruitful weekend after stopping their Zimbabwean counterparts in a fiesta boxing bout at Robins Park in the commercial city of Malawi, Blantyre.

In the main bout,  ‘the punisher’ Kayuni hammered Takudzwa Kuchocha for the second time after the Malawian boxer last year defeated his counterpart at Motel Paradise.

The Zimbabwean kicked off the bout on a high note having dominated the first round, as Kayuni failed to cope up with heavy jabs.

Come second round, where the bout ended Kuchocha tried to continue where he had stopped in the first round but alas! Kayuni was aware that playing in front of the home crowd required accelerating his gear.

Kayuni after stopping Kuchocha

Kayuni foored Kuchocha and completely dominated the Zimbabwena challenger as he was seen struggling
with his shoulder each time he tried to release a punch.

The referee Jerome Waluza sensed something by quizzing the Zimbabwean boxer, who at the end it was revealed that he dislocated his shoulder.

When spectators were expecting the two boxers to enter the third round, everone was surprised to see the Zimbabwean still sat at his corner in a gony.

After Waluza went to find out from Kuchocha he surrendered that he could not continue with the fight.

After the bout, Patrick Mukondiwa told The Daily Times that, “ I think the injury is much serious than we had anticipated . From the look of things this could be the end of his career. “

“As you saw there was not contact, no foul, or punch thrown at Kuchocha yet he ended up  dislocating the shoulder. It just shows that he is not supposed to fight,” he told the paper.

However, Kayuni told Nyasa Times that Kuchocha was not his match and instead he would never accept any bout with him in future.

“This is my second time to defeat him and l have had enough of him. He needs to fight his match not me,” said Kayuni.

In another fight, Malawi’s hard hitter Wilson ‘Shasha’ Masamba also defeated another Zimbabwean Richard Muriri.

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