ITa��S the eye of the tiger!
Zimbabwea��s bantamweight champion Tinashe a�?Chairmana�? Mwadziwana is faced with a fight of his lifetime in the first week of August when he trades leather withA� Hashimu Zuberi of Tanzania at Harare City Sports Centre.
The main prize would be the vacant unified World Boxing Confederation Africa (WBO Africa), Africa Boxing Union (ABU) and World boxing organisation Africa (WBC) titles.
The match will come alive courtesy of Delta Force Academy of Zimbabwe owned by former boxer Clive Musonda and No Pain No Gain Promotions from Malawi.
a�?The media should hype the match which I think can raise about $150 000,a�? he said.
Eleven countries that have been invited are Malawi, DRC, Zambia, Namibia, Ghana, South Africa, Botswana, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. These countries will have fighters in the curtain raisers.
To date, Musonda has produced a number of national champions that include Mwadziwana, Malawian National champions Limbani Masamba and Crispin Moliat. His initiatives also produced Monalisa Sibanda who happens to be Zimbabwea��s first and only female boxer to contest not only for a world title but for a double world title.