Karim Mandonga ‘Mutukazi’ is a boxer with Tanzania nationality 46 years of age and weighs 83 kg. He landed in Kenya for his first-ever fight away from Tanzania. The fight is set to take place at KICCC in Nairobi on Saturday the 14th Of January.
Mandonga well known as ‘Mtu kazi’ held a press conference after arriving in Kenya. He is ready to fight Wanyonyi and teach him a lesson.
He is feeling strong and does not fear anything as he feels like he's in Tanzania. He knows no failure as he has worked hard to ensure that he wins the fight against the Kenyan Daniel Wanyonyi.
Karim has promised to unleash a new technique on the Kenyan boxer dubbed ‘Sungunyo’.
Karim Mandonga was once an ABU (African Boxing Union) light heavyweight champion.
His greatest successful fight was against decorated Congolese and world champion, Matamba Debatch Postolo.
Daniel Wanyonyi is a Kenyan boxer 39 years of age and weighs 80 kg.
Wanyonyi responds to Mandoga’s press conference by promising to flow the ‘mouthy’ Mandonga.
His talented in throwing punches and he’s ready to use them on the opponent.
Wanyonyi runs a clothing business at Gikomba Market.
HHE has had an impressive record compared to his opponent Karim Mandonga.
This is a very anticipated fight between the two. It was to be a curtain raiser for the main bout between Rayton Okwiri of Kenya and Ally Ndaro of Tanzania but due to its increased popularity, it has been made to be the match that closes the night. This will be Okwiri’s first match this year after the one that was against the Ugandan boxer Kassim Ouma was canceled on claims of lack of payments from promoters.
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