Charles Misanjo and Limbani Masamba have stepped up mind games in the countdown to their eight-round non-title welterweight bout slated for Mkango Lodge in Blantyre on Sunday afternoon.
This will be the third time the two pugilists will take to the ring and each of them has won one.
Speaking from his base in Mchinji yesterday, Misanjo said he will be out to prove that he is a better boxer.
“I beat him on points when we fought about three months ago and now it will be time to underline my credentials as the better boxer, I will beat him in front of his fans.
“Masamba will not last the distance. I have not had enough time to prepare for the bout, but I am not making a fuss out of it,” said Misanjo who boasts eight wins and four losses since he turned professional.
In their first showdown, Misanjo lost the light middleweight belt when he threw in the towel after suffering an arm injury, but reclaimed the glory in their second bout.
Masamba also said he is set for the bout.
“Ndikadya Misanjo lamulunguli (I will beat Misanjo on Sunday). He doesn’t stand a chance,” declared Masamba.
According to Mchinji Boys Boxing Promotions who have organised the fight, the main supporting bout will feature Boniface Stenala and Aubrey Masamba.
There will also be five other semi-professional bouts that have been organised by No pain, no gain Boxing Promotions.
The boxing promotion’s director Craig Rousseau said boxing fans should look forward to watching exciting bouts.