Mxolisi Zuma kept his record perfect
and won the vacant World Boxing
Federation (WBF) International Super
Bantamweight title on Saturday
evening, August 26, at the Sports
Centre in Escourt, KwaZulu-Natal,
Zuma stopped fellow unbeaten
compatriot Awonke Tini in the fourth
round, winning his first title in
the pro ranks in impressive fashion.
Just better in every department,
Zuma dropped Tini in the third round
and twice in the fourth before
referee Siya Vabaza had seen enough
and waved it off.
Both men deserves big credit for
taking on another up-and-comer so
early in their careers, but Zuma
proved to be a level above on the
Now 5-0 (5) the new WBF champion
looks like a young man with a bright
future. Tini, now 4-1-1 (3), can
hopefully learn from the experience
and come back stronger.