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Biningu Continues WBF Journey Against Momba
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PREVIEW   Photo: Tatenda Biningu fights for the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental Super Featherweight title on July 13.

Former All-Africa Super Bantamweight champion Tatenda Biningu, 14-1 (8), continues his climb up the ranks, when he goes for his second World Boxing Federation (WBF) title on Saturday July 13 in Harare, Zimbabwe.

The 22-year-old, who´s sole defeat came in his 2019 debut, won the WBF All Africa title in August of 2022, and has since added five more wins to his record and moved up two weight divisions.

Now he will attempt to go to the next level, when he fights former Tanzanian champion Sadiki Momba, 29-10-3 (14), for the vacant WBF Intercontinental Super Featherweight title.

Momba (35) is a very experienced operator, having boxed in eight different countries besides his native Tanzania.

He will fight Biningu as the underdog, but will hardly be intimidated by going to his opponents back-yard, and is certainly the best opponent the local man has faced to date.

The winner could likely find himself challenging for world honours next, so the stakes are very high for both men.

Biningu vs. Momba headlines a card promoted by former WBF world Middleweight champion Charles Manyushi.

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