I will beat him up – Nangolo

28 April 2021 | Sports

LIMBA MUPETAMI

WINDHOEK

Namibia is blessed with boxing talent and the May Day Boxing event will once again reveal just how far some of these boxers have come.

The May Day Boxing event organised by Africa Connection Promotions owned by Immanuel ‘AC’ Moses will take place on 1 May at the Nampower Convention Centre.

The event will be headlined by young prospects Flaime Nangolo and Gustav Petrus. who will exchange leather in the super bantamweight category. Nangolo is a protegee of Moses, having been trained and groomed by him since he was a young boy.

The boxer has also been getting boxing tips and lessons from the likes of his uncles, former world champions Paulus Moses and Julius ‘Blue Machine’ Indongo.

Surrounded by excellence, the boxer continues to thrive under their influence, now having five fights, all of them wins, on his record.

His opponent, Gustav, from Bulelo Boxing Gym, has only three fights recorded on Boxrec. He has lost two of these fights and has one draw.

“Petrus has more fights, it’s just that they haven’t been recorded on Boxrec, something to follow up with the Namibia Boxing and Wrestling Control Board,” added Moses.

Simon in support bout

The supporting bout is scheduled between Harry Simon Jr and Dominikus Weyulu. Simon just recently left the MTC Nestor Sunshine Promotions training camp

Other cards of the day include Mathew Nghikevali, who will fight Antonio Amungandjo in the flyweight fight. In the lightweight, Johannes Andreas will face Paulus Morgen.

Another bantamweight fight will be between Immanuel Shapaka and Johnny Herman.

The lightweight fight will be between Hfeno Ngesheya and Reinhold Mathews. The welterweight fight will also see action between Alfeus Shaanika and Roman Ndaindila.

The boxers will have a media workout today at Sour Studio, starting at 10:30.