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Tebazalwa, Pambeni breathe fire

By Vision Reporter

Added 13th October 2005 03:00 AM

WHO will snap up first when Abdu “The Cobra” Tebazalwa and Zimbabwean Peter “The Sniper” Pambeni clash for the vacant IBF Continental Africa featherweight title fight at Little Flowers tomorrow?

By Phillip Corry

Saturday
Main event

IBF Continental Africa featherweight contest
Tebazalwa v Pambeni (Zim)

Welterweight contest
H. Ssaku v H. Jesai (Ken)

Junior welterweight
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 “The Cobra” Tebazalwa and Zimbabwean Peter “The Sniper” 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. “He is blowing his trumpet too much, but the business will come to an end in the ring,” Pampeni, who is Zimbabwe’s flyweight champion said.
“First of all he is only taking about plan A in the fight, not knowing there is plan B which he doesn’t have. He will die in the ring if he leaves his plan.”
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).
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Tebazalwa, Pambeni breathe fire

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