IBF Continental Africa featherweight contest
Tebazalwa v Pambeni (Zim)
H. Ssaku v H. Jesai (Ken)
D. Obong v D. Kidega
S. lightweight contest
I. Semakula v E. Odiro (Ken)
S. Featherweight contest
M. Kizito v T. Sekalema
S. Middleweight contest
Nalukwago v Mwakasanga
WHO will snap up first when Abdu â€œThe Cobraâ€ Tebazalwa and Zimbabwean Peter â€œThe Sniperâ€ Pambeni clash for the vacant IBF Continental Africa featherweight title fight at Little Flowers tomorrow?
The two pugilists were breathing fire at the pre-fight press briefing at Tourist Hotel yesterday. â€œHe is blowing his trumpet too much, but the business will come to an end in the ring,â€ Pampeni, who is Zimbabweâ€™s flyweight champion said.
â€œFirst of all he is only taking about plan A in the fight, not knowing there is plan B which he doesnâ€™t have. He will die in the ring if he leaves his plan.â€
The Southern African fighter put on a cold face throughout the briefing and was asked by Justin Juuko to put on a slight smile which he refused.
Pambeni goes into the ring having covered 24 rounds in his last three fights with a record that reads 9-1-0(3 KOs).
Tebazalwa, Pambeni breathe fire