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The upcoming lightweight clash between Grant "Fireball' Fourie and Jason "Batman" Bederman at Emperors Palace on September 12 will rekindle memories of local previous lightweight bouts, says boxing promoter Rodney Berman.
"Memories of epic local lightweight rivalries of the past, haven't escaped my mind.
"Some were those between Willie Toweel and Smiler van Rensburg, Andries Steyn and Norman "Pangaman" Sekgapane, Enoch "Schoolboy" Nhlapo and Anthony "Blue Jaguar" Morodi and Laurie Stevens against Alf James encounters as unforgettable chapters in the annals of South African boxing," said Berman.
"This country has produced a plethora of great lightweights over the years and they invariably made their reputations in local confrontations that gripped the public's imagination. I believe that the Fourie against Bederman fight will rival some of the best homespun match-ups."
Fourie, 26, has 10 wins and a draw while Bederman, 20, has eight wins and two draws.
Golden Gloves' publicist Terry Pettifer said trainer Colin Nathan, who calls Bederman a "vigorous hooker", doesn't envisage the southern suburbs boxer posing a threat to the " Fireball".
"Grant has extraordinary talent and after seven or eight rounds, Bederman won't know where the punches are coming from," he said.
Bederman's trainer Manny Fernandez, said his charge would put pressure on Fourie, who in his opinion should campaign in the junior lightweight division.
Warned Berman: "Gentlemen, we have a fight on our hands!"