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TAKALANI "The Panther" Ndlovu goes back to Casino Rama in Ontario, Canada, on March 27 to try to win the IBF junior featherweight title that eluded him three years ago.
The Soweto boxer lost in his first bid against Steve Molitor, who stopped him in the ninth round in 2007, thanks to the shoddy treatment Ndlovu's camp were subjected to.
"The change of the date for the weigh-in at the 11th hour affected me badly," Ndlovu recalled. "I was ordered to go for the weigh-in on the same day of the fight. This forced me to starve myself to make the weight.
"I'm going back there with a new promoter with renewed vigour to win it. I'm going to win this title, no doubt about it."
Ndlovu was promoted by Rodney Berman at the time but is now with Branco Milenkovic.
The fighter, whose skills are honed by his father Stanley, set up the rematch against Molitor with victory over Kiko Martinez in the IBF title eliminator in September last year. "It was a joint decision between Talakani and myself to go to Canada because to stage the fight here it could happen only in May or June," Milenkovic said yesterday.
Molitor won the No 2 spot in June last year after defeating Heriberto Ruiz. Ndlovu was supposed to challenge Celestino Caballero, who won the title from Molitor in November 2008, but the Panamanian was stripped of his belt last week.
It is still unclear why the IBF stripped him, but rumour has it that Milenkovic had a hand in the IBF's decision.
Ndlovu, 32, has 30 wins (18 KOs) and five losses, while Molitor, 29, has been beaten once in 32 fights.