Boxing sensation Lerato Dlamini is already looking beyond his opponent for Sunday’s WBC International Featherweight title fight.
He plans to floor Sydney Maluleka at Emperor’s Palace and then challenge the dangerous Azinga Fuzile.
Dlamini and Maluleka have both graduated into the league of genuine contenders.
The WBC stage is every boxer’s dream and expectations are that the fight, billed “High Noon”, will go down to the wire.
Maluleka says, “I want to show him that I have been long in this sport. They rushed him to fight me, but I’ve got experience more than him. I’ll hammer him. He’ll cry at the end of the fight.”
The year 2017 was a great year for the 23-year-old Dlamini.
He fought three tough fights and won all of them, but the cherry on top will be to fight the most dangerous featherweight in the country, Fuzile.
Dlamini says, “I want it so bad; like I feel like my life depends on it. So, it’s not going to be an easy fight, but I’m planning to win. Victory is the only thing that’s on my mind.”
On the under-card, Lucky Monyebane will challenge Sibusiso Zingange for the Gauteng title over 10 rounds, while Marcel Botha will take on Wynand Mulder in the middleweight division.
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