Malawian female boxerAgnes Mtimaukanena-Mwando ended her two-year break from the boxing ring on Sunday night when she outclassed Tanzanian Amina Mhubira in a six-round middleweight non-title bout at Robin’s Park in Blantyre.
All the judges Yolanda Kaitano, Desire Kambewa and Nginjale Chitenje all gave the Malawian boxer 60-52, 60-52 and 63-44 points.
Mtimaukanena dominated Mhubira and even floored the Tanzanian in the first two rounds to the delight of fans.
The former World Boxing Forum champion who will turn 24 on November 17 acknowledged that the Tanzanian b “I “is also a strong boxer.”
Alufandika Boxing Promotions managing director Robin Alufandika said it was good fight to watch.
The main supporting welterweight bout involving Chikondi Makawa and Bright Mdoka ended with Makawa winning hrough unanimous points decision.
Mtimaukanena, a mother of one child, has improved her record to five wins, having lost twice and drawing once.
She comes from a family of two; herself and her elder brother. Her father is a retired soldier and her mum, a primary school teacher.
Mtimaukanena did her Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) at Mangochi Secondary School. She holds a Certificate in Accounting from Malawi College of Accountancy (MCA) but currently pursuing a Diploma.
She is married to a heavily muscled Zimbabwean boxer, Brian Mwando.