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MOSTAFA BRAGGED TO DETHRONG NDOKOSHO BUT, THE CHAMPION WARNED HIM TO BE PREPARED

Written By Bashir Nkoromo on Monday, April 22, 2013 | 10:34 PM


         Gottlieb Ndokosho (left) clubbing an opponent
 
For Immediate Release                                                                                          Media Contact: Onesmo Ngowi
IBF/Africa Notes 49                                                                                                (+255) 754- 360828
                                     International Boxing Federation Africa(IBF/AFICA)


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – TUESDAY 23, 2013 - Dar Es Salaam - Egyptian hard puncher and most feared boxer Ibrahim "Butcher" Mostafa has vowed to take the "IBF Africa, Middle East & Persian Gulf (IBF AMEPG) Title" away from the current champion, the flamboyant and stylish boxer Gottlieb Ndokosho of Namibia.

Boxer Mostafa, trained and managed by Richard Nwoba of Luoaa Boxing Promotions, a company incorporated in Cairo, Egypt goes to the forthcoming tournament with a record of 13 wins (KO 6) + lost 4 (KO 2) + drawn 2 = 19 record against 12 wins (KO 3) + lost 3 (KO 1) + drawn 0 = 16 for champion Ndokosho. This is one tournament which is been waited with keen interests by both Namibian and Egyptian boxing stakeholders.

Raised at Giza in the ouskirt of of Cairo the capital city of Egypt, Ibrahim Mostafa's name is a boxing power house in Egyptian boxing fraternity. It is only natural that many Egyptians in their thousands are expected to chart planes from Cairo and Alexandria to watch thetournament slated for June 15, 2013 in Windhoek, Namibia.

The tournament will be promoted by Kinda Boxing Promotions a company with lots of experience and synonymous with professional boxing in Namibia managed by Mr. Kinda Nangolo of Namibia who doubles as the manage/promoter of the current "IBF World Youth Jr. Lightweight Champion" Albinus Felesianu.

This will be the first defense for Ndokosho since winning the title last year by beating Tanzania slugger, Rajabu Maoja in less than one minute in their first round duel.Many boxing fans in Namibia are waiting for this D-Day in June 15, 2013 and fill the venue atSPW Country Club in Windhoek, ready to cheer  their beloved boxer Nokosho to victory.

Watch out this space for more news.

Issues by:
INTRERNATIONAL BOXING FEDERATION AFRICA (IBF/AFRICA)
DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA
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