Zimbabwe’s newest Pay-Tv broadcaster Kwesé TV has continuously grown its superior sports offering to include world class boxing action with the partnering with many different organizations. This friday, Kwese will bring the Pan-African boxing series to Zimbabwe. Harare is going to witness the exciting boxing action of Friday Fight Nights. The boxing series showcases boxers from across the continent, as they fight it out for titles across all weight classes.
The Friday Fight Nights series is a true showcase of African boxing talent but also a fresh opportunity to reposition the sweet science of boxing across Zimbabwe, unearthing new heroes with a boxing series created for African athletes.
Kicking off on Friday 25 August, the first Friday Fight Night showdown will see fighters from around Zimbabwe compete. The eight-fight card has boxers from the DRC, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.
The first fight will kick off at 18:00 hours and some of the fights will be between South Africa-based heavyweight Moyo and Bernard Adie of Kenya for the WBF Africa title in the main event. Zimbabwe’s Lawrence Moyo fights Wilson Masamba of Malawi in an international light welterweight match.
Other fights include that between Nicola Mutonhora with Alick Mweda of Malawi in a non-title super middleweight and Felix Venganayi and George Otieno of Kenya clash in an eight-round lightweight, among others. The tournament, to recall, will be accessible on Kwesé Sports 1 and channel 300 on the Kwesé TV bouquet.
Tickets are on sale for the VIP section at US$100 while the cheapest ticket is US$15.
Econet is also giving away 300 tickets to the Kwesé Sports Boxing Explosion.