Renson ‘Bagdad’ Hobyani has promised his opponent Rowan Campbell that he won’t last long in a boxing ring with him.
The two will be fighting for the vacant South African Super Middleweight title over 12 rounds.
Hobyani has a record of eight wins with two knockouts, two draws and no loss.
His last fight was a victory over Christian Okeke in June.
Campbell on the other hand is a knockout specialist. He has six knockouts with no draw and no loss. He also beat Malkhaz Sujashvili at Emperors Palace in June.
Campbell says his opponent does not stand a chance.
“I have put in a lot of work this time. I am training as hard as ever. So, my coach has taught me a lot more skill. I feel that my skill is growing and I am excited for this fight.”
Hobyani says Campbell will see the stars.
“I have been sparring with the big guys Khotso Motaung. He’s a big puncher. So, Rowen Campbell is still young, but Friday I am going to fight.”
Another fight to look out for is the one between Wynand Mulder and Wade Groth.
Wade, a cage fighter-turned-boxer is undefeated in six fights. They will be fighting for the South African Middleweight Interim title over 12 rounds.
Wade says he is going to have fun with his opponent.
Mulder says he expects to go a distance.
The ‘Reach for the Stars’ tournament is used as a tool to raise funds for children with life-threatening illnesses.