Ndafoluma defends title by TKO

Ndafoluma defends title by TKO
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Windhoek-Lukas " The demolisher" Ndafoluma returned home victoriously this weekend, after taking down his Tanzanian challenger Hussein Itaba in a WBF Intercontinental Middleweight 4th round TKO in Zimbabwe on Friday.
Lukas Ndafoluma retained his WBF Intercontinental Middleweight title after defeating Hussein Itaba of Tanzania in a 4th round TKO. The demolisher, who first won this title in early August against fellow Namibian Ebenstus Kaangundue, said he did what he promised the nation.
”The fight was well , the guy was also tough , but we took him out in the 4th TKO, I'm just happy and i thank my coach here for pushing me to the limits , everybody , Solute Boxing Academy, Kalakoda , everyone , the whole nation who was behind us. We are happy” Ndafoluma said.
He said he did not underestimate his opponent, but went there convinced that he was going to make it, because he has a mission to accomplish and that's to become a world champion.
His trainer Tobias Nashilongo was a happy man and said more can be expected, while thanking everyone who was behind them.
”What we will do now , the champion will just rest for one week then he will come back to the gym because there is more mission to come”Nashilongo said.
Kalakoda promotions from South Africa paid for the sanction fees and the fight in Zimbabwe.