‘War on the shore’ coming up

2016-07-14 06:00

WILD Coast Sun is planning another thrilling boxing tournament this month as part of the War on the Shore series. War on the Shore 4 takes place on 29 July and promises to be spectacular.

David Rajuli will take on Bulelani Rooibaart over six rounds in the Junior Lightweight division. Rajuli recently lost a disputed decision against Sydney Maluleka for the latter’s IBF Continental Africa Featherweight title.

Heavyweght Ruann “the Giant King” Visser takes on the extremely dangerous former MMA Champion, Maitre “Knife” Matrotina. Visser just recently returned from Austria where he was one of the selected sparring partners for Wlademir Klitsckho in preparing for his upcoming rematch with Tyson Fury.

Visser stopped DRC’s Dieu Merci Ntwambe with just one punch at his previous showdown at the Wild Coast in April. Matrotina comes to the fight unbeaten in six professional fights.

Crowd favourites Brandon Naude (Lightweight), Mfundisi Ngema (Junior Featherweight), Marcel Botha (Middleweight) and Herman Potgieter (Junior Heavyweight) are also on the bill. Herman Potgieter, an accountant by trade will have to pull out all the stops against the well known Yomi Shokumbe whom is known as a explosive fighter and can make any boxer looks bad in front of him. Potgieter, already scheduled against Jaden Matthew in an official SA title eliminator, will use this bout against Shokumbe as a stepping stone closer to meeting reigning SA champion, Kevin Lerena. - Supplied.


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