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Robs hasn't thrown in the towel

By Bongani Magasela | Jan 13, 2010 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

SCEPTICS don't hold your breath - Robs Promotions remains a factor in local boxing.

SCEPTICS don't hold your breath - Robs Promotions remains a factor in local boxing.

Former media liaison officer Palesa Mosiea has brushed off the news that the Free State-based boxing outfit has closed shop after the departure of promoter Blacky Seoe.

Mosiea has taken over as manager and said yesterday that it is business as usual at Robs Promotions.

She announced that her company will, in association with the Free State government, present a six-bout card at the Bloemfontein City Hall on January 22.

SA light heavyweight champion Thabiso "The Rock" Mchunu will top the bill in the second defence of the WBA Pan African belt against Reuben Groenewald. This fight will be broadcast live on Blow by Blow at 10.30pm.

Mchunu last fought on May 15 when he pulverised Soon "Bazooka" Botes.

That was his first defence of the belt he won in 32 seconds against Marciano Commey on October 10 2008. Mchunu, 22, is undefeated after six fights with five knockouts.

Groenewald, 32, is the vastly experienced former All Africa junior middleweight and WBU middleweight champion who campaigned in the UK from 2001 until 2008. He has 23 wins (10 KOs) and seven defeats.

Nelson Mtshali and Gideon Buthelezi, former stablemates under Johnny du Plooy, will fight for the vacant WBO All Africa mini flyweight title. Mtshali is now trained by Nick Durandt .

WBA Pan African bantamweight champion Bongani Mahlangu will defend against Ghanaian Asamoah Wilson while Doctor Ntsele will fight Thabiso Moorosi and Tumelo Motseki will face Unathi Gqokoma.


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