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While boxing trainer Johnny du Plooy has vowed to produce his second WBF champion in Bongani Mwelase tonight, the Mwelase and stable mate William Gare have promised opponents Juan Carlos Villereal and Jindrich Velecky isibhaxu - a whipping.
Mwelase, who calls himself "Cyclones", said he would not only whip Villereal but would also send the 38-year-old Argentinian to night school.
"That is perfect for an adult like him," said Mwelase, a special fighter who has stopped 10 of his 11 opponents in fine style.
Mwelase will fight Villereal for the vacant WBF welterweight strap.
Gare, whose super middleweight belt will be at stake against Velecky from the Check Republic, acknowledged his challenger's ability to knock people out.
But "Dynamite", as Gare, a well schooled boxer with elegant lateral movement, is known, warned that Velecky, who has 13 knockouts from 14 wins, would be looking for trouble "if he comes to me raging, rushing for a knockout".
Gare was excellent in his first defence against Australian William Sherrington in May.
Du Plooy, a former heavyweight fighter, described Gare, 33, as fine wine.
"The older he gets, the better he is becoming," he said of his charge who boasts 24 wins (five KOs) against 14 losses.
Meanwhile, trainer Stanley Ndlovu's fighters, Sam Malinga and Kgotso Motau, will take on Kaizer Mabuza and Willbeforce Shihepo in other fights.
Malinga's national junior welterweight belt and the vacant WBF title will be at stake when Motau engages the Namibian in an eight rounder.
These fights will form part of Robs Promotions' eight bout card which is part of Macufe's yearly celebrations. Action kicks off at 7pm.