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Harry vs Meroro fight undercut revealed

08/06/2018
by Staff Writer
Sports

The Harry Simon vs Vikapita Meroro fight schedule for the 30th of June 2018 will  see an exciting undercart with Harry Simon Jr taking on Lukas Handivele in a super lightweight 6 rounder.

The Simon/Meroro clamp down has been themed, “The fight all Namibians have been waiting for”. 

Varde Ndayambekwa will take on Gabriel Johannes in the lightweight six-round bout with Daniel Kashela and Hedison “Bulelo” Nghipondoka taking each other on in a super welterweight four rounds.

There are debutants who will also make it into the professional boxing game for the first time.

With the hype so high, this fight has everyone talking as many believe the two boxers have a lot to prove in this fight.

Simon needs to keep his clean record and Meroro would like to beat Simon for the first time to go down in history as the only boxer perhaps to beat Harry Simon.

In a trash talking show down, Simon two months ago compared Meroro to a dog trying to take on a lion.

The boxing giant remains Namibia’s undefeated professional boxer in the super weight division and won his first title in 1998 when he defeated Winky Wright for the WBO Light middleweight.

Meroro who has since been issued a N$10 000 cheque as training package, has in turn reduced the boxing legend to a white elephant and has labeled the fight a very personal affair.

Meanwhile, tickets are now available at all Computickets outlets, Shoprite/Checkers stores countrywide, prices as follows: NAD 500.00 VIP?NAD 100.00 General?NAD 10, 000.00 Table of 10 people.