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NEVER mind what trainer Colin Nathan or yet another gullible word smith waxing poetic wants you to believe. The truth is the curtain has fallen for Zolani Marali and the "Untouchable" must hang up his boxing gloves while he is still in his senses.
A trademark straight right from Mlungisi "The Shark" Dlamini on Saturday night sent Marali to the canvass That punch separated Marali's brain from most of his body. He tried to get up but he was not even close to beating the count. He fell head-first and had to be helped back to the corner by Nathan.
It was all over bar the shouting with only a second remaining before the end of the fourth round.
That is how easy Dlamini added the IBO belt to his cabinet. He also holds the WBF belt.
The KwaZulu-Natal fighter was dismissed as a daydreamer last week when he predicted a sixth-round stoppage. Accolades to trainers Warren and Brendan Hulley and manager Mboneni Dlamini for a great victory.
Nothing happened in three rounds. Dlamini had some moments but he threw powder-puff punches. Marali then began relaxing. In flash he was down and out. That was his fourth defeat, the third by stoppage, against 20 wins (13 KOs).
Meanwhile Isaac Chilemba, Thomas Oosthuizen and Hekkie Budler won their fights on Saturday night. Chilemba defeated Doudou Ngumba for the WBC International and ABU light heavyweight titles.
Oosthuizen stopped Tshepang Mohale in five rounds for the WBA Pan African super middleweight belt while Budler defended his IBO junior flyweight title with a first-round stoppage over Motswake Moselesele.
Flofent Simba beat Bernard Vance with a first-round TKO.