Crispin Moliati and Malani Kayuni return to the ring on Sunday for the second time within a month. The venue is Lilongwe Community Centre (LCC) ground.
Their previous bout in Mzuzu ended in controversy after the judges first ruled it a draw, then awarded it to Kayuni.
The Sunday fight has been organised by Fast Sports Promotions and the winner is expected to pocket K80 000 (about $235) while the loser will get K40 000 (about $117).
This bout will be the first to be hosted by LCC since the perimeter wall fell down early last year.
Moliati says he wants to shut up Malani once and for all.
“What happened in Mzuzu was unfortunate. The judges were so biased and clearly favoured Malani because he is based there. But I will beat him to pulp on Sunday so that he should never again dare me. The judges were simply a disgrace,” said Moliati.
He said he is just doing normal training because he has no fear for Kayuni.
“I have beaten him several times when we were amateurs and I know his style. He is not a natural boxer. There is no need for special preparations against him,” said Moliati.
Kayuni, who has been taken on board by Nyamazi Boxing Promoters of Mzuzu, has also intensified preparations as he wants to prove his worth.
‘We are working on a number of areas such as running, punching bags and feet speed. We want to shame Moliati at his own turf,” said Kayuni’s partner Kondwani Chavunguma.
“We are going to Lilongwe for business and to show Moliati that he is not my match,” said Malani.
Chavunguma said they expect to arrive in Lilongwe on Friday.