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LOVEMORE "The Black Panther" Ndou, who is famous for trashing his opponent verbally prior in the build-ups to fights, has began tearing Bongani "Cyclones" Mwelase apart with verbal punches.
Ndou, who is based is Australia, will defend the IBO welterweight belt against Mwelase at Emperors Palace on September 18.
Golden Gloves Promotions of promoter Rodney Berman will stage this fight which pits the master against a tutor.
Ndou, the perennial champion and veteran of 60 fights, has faced very best fighters without ever being stopped.
Ndou, 38, once called his opponent Matthew Hatton a "donkey that behaves like a race-horse just because it is within the stable of such breeds".
That was before Ndou defended his IBO welterweight belt against the Briton in November last year.
Speaking from Queensland, Ndou told Sowetan yesterday: "Cyclone my who?! Sounds more like Bongani 'Meow'.
His best win so far was probably against Lucky Lewele. And the only reason he looked good in that fight was because Lewele chose to fight a wrong fight.
Had Lewele followed Nick Durandt's instructions in the corner and adjusted just a little bit, used angles and tightened up his defence a bit, he could have stopped him.
"Everybody is going on about his power and height. What power? That cat has got everybody fooled by beating up corpses. About his height, well when I'm done with him he will be a circus midget."
But Ndou acknowledged Mwelase's potential but dismissed the supposition that Mwelase is a world-beater.
"In this sport we have hopeless fighters, potential fighters, good fighters and great fighters.
"Bongani 'The Meow' is a good fighter with the potential to become a great fighter but he will never make a great fighter because he lacks discipline and dedication.
"Bongani just got me at the wrong time when I really need to beat up somebody so bad. I have had a couple of bad weeks and I would like to unleash all this anger in me."
Ndou, the former IBF holder, has 47 wins (31 KOs), 11 losses and two draws
Mwelase, the former SA, WBC International and WBF welterweight champion, who currently holds the WBF junior middleweight belt, is undefeated after 14 fights with 12 KOs.