The winning punch will be chosen from Sihle Jelwana's third-round KO by Lebogang Pilane for the Free State flyweight title, Phila Mpontshane's 11th-round knockout of Lucky Monyebane for the SA junior featherweight title and Lerato Dlamini's seventh-round KO of Sinethemba Bam for the IBF Youth featherweight title.
Tete's first defence of the WBO bantamweight title is the fastest knockout in a world championship bout, eclipsing the record held by WBO junior featherweight champion Daniel Jimenez, who stopped Harad Geier in 17 seconds in 1994.
Tete's name also appears in the Most Sought After Boxer of the Year award. Other nominees are boisterous SA and ABU SADC welterweight champion Thulani Mbenge; SA, WBC Youth and IBF Continental featherweight holder Azinga Fuzile; and cruiserweight champ Kevin Lerena.
However, Tete's 11-point victory over Arthur Villanueva for the interim WBO bantamweight title has made the top three for the Fight of the Year award.
Other nominated bouts are a 12-rounder between IBO junior bantamweight champion Gideon Buthelezi and tough as nails Mexican Angel Aviles, and the 10-rounder for the Gauteng junior flyweight title between champion Mpho Seforo and Thabang Ramagole.