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Zimbabweans Crowned WBF Champions
POSTED ON AUGUST 7, 2022.
BY: CLIVE BAUM.
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FIGHT REPORT   Photo: New World Boxing Federation (WBF) champions Evans Husayihwevhu (left) and Tatande Biningu.
 
 

Two Zimbabwean hopefuls were crowned World Boxing Federation (WBF) champions on Saturday night, August 6, headlining a show in the city of Chivhu.

At Lightweight, Evans Husayihwevhu won the vacant WBF International title, scoring a wide unanimous decision over Yohani Banda from Malawi, after a fight much more competitive than the scores suggests.

Scoring a knock-down in round eight, Husayihwevhu won by 116-111 (Judge Francis Nhenderere), 117-108 (Judge Ian Sada) and 120-107 (Judge Terrence Mandaza).

27-year-old Husayihwevhu improved his professional record to 12-1 (6). Banda (32) drops to 9-9 (3).

Local Super Bantamweight Tatenda Biningu seized the vacant WBF All Africa Super Bantamweight title, blowing out Malawi-veteran Robert Kachisa in the first round. Official time of stoppage: 2:44.

Biningu goes to 9-1 (5), while Kachisa falls to 9-16-1 (1).

The show was promoted by Charles Manyushi Boxing Academy.

 
 
  
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