Hitman, Meroro in action tonight

Hitman, Meroro in action tonight

WINDHOEK – Namibia’s World Boxing Association (WBA) Inter-Continental Lightweight champion, Paulus ‘The Hitman’ Moses, will step into the ring tonight to defend his title against Ukrainian Andrei Kudriavtsev in Donetsk, Ukraine.

The fight is a title eliminator for the WBA Lightweight title. Moses shot to the top of the WBA rankings, and boasts with a record of 20 undefeated fights.The 30-year-old Kudriatvsev is the External Eastern European Champion, and is ranked third on the European Boxing Union (EBU) rankings.He has won 24 and lost three of his 27 fights.Another Namibian boxer, super-middleweight Vikapita Meroro, will vie for the World Boxing Council (WBC) World Youth title against defending champion Stanislav Kashtanov on the same night.Meroro has a record of eight undefeated fights.The boxers and their coach and promoter, Nestor Tobias, have been in the Ukraine since August 13 after seeing stablemate Jason ‘Taks’ Naule successfully retaining his WBA Pan-African Junior Welterweight title against South African Pius Dipheko.Tobias told Nampa via SMS on Monday that both boxers made their required weights on Monday, and are ready for their fights that will take place at 20h00 Namibian time The trio are expected back on Sunday, August 26.NampaMoses shot to the top of the WBA rankings, and boasts with a record of 20 undefeated fights.The 30-year-old Kudriatvsev is the External Eastern European Champion, and is ranked third on the European Boxing Union (EBU) rankings.He has won 24 and lost three of his 27 fights.Another Namibian boxer, super-middleweight Vikapita Meroro, will vie for the World Boxing Council (WBC) World Youth title against defending champion Stanislav Kashtanov on the same night.Meroro has a record of eight undefeated fights.The boxers and their coach and promoter, Nestor Tobias, have been in the Ukraine since August 13 after seeing stablemate Jason ‘Taks’ Naule successfully retaining his WBA Pan-African Junior Welterweight title against South African Pius Dipheko.Tobias told Nampa via SMS on Monday that both boxers made their required weights on Monday, and are ready for their fights that will take place at 20h00 Namibian time The trio are expected back on Sunday, August 26.Nampa

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