Tanzanian Boxing Sensation Mandonga Sends Warning To Kenya’s Wanyonyi

Tanzania’s internet boxing sensation Karim ‘Mtu Kazi’ Mandonga (2-3-1, 1KO) has warned his Saturday opponent Daniel Wanyonyi (27-14-2, 22 KOs) to prepare for a ruthless bout that will end in certain defeat when the two boxers clash against each other at the KICC Ballroom.

Speaking upon arriving in the country for what will be his first international fight, the hyper Mandonga exuded his usual confidence saying Wanyonyi’s days are numbered.

“I want to thank God for this opportunity to be here in Kenya for my first fight here. Now that I am here, I want to send out a strong message to Wanyonyi letting him know that I am blazing red hot. I might be a visitor here but my fighting will definitely not show that.

I want to inform Wanyonyi that his place at the graveyard is patiently waiting for him because that is where he will go after our fight. He might have heard about me, but I want to confirm that those are not stories he was told. I have prepared a special puch for him dubbed Sugunyo waiting for him,” the fighter charged.

Furthermore, Mandonga bantered Wanyonyi’s record stating that he could not see anything of interest to him.

“On my part I have been given his fighting record which shows that he is old, has played a lot of matches but has no significant achievement to show for it,” the Tanzanian added more fuel to fire.

In his last fight at home, Mandonga beat compatriot Said Mbelwa on a technical knockout and will be coming into the fight in high spirits.

The two will be curtain-raising for the Rayton Okwiri versus Tanzania’s Ally Ndaro bout which is the main event for the day although, seemingly, the fight involving Mandonga is the one shaking the airwaves.

Okwiri was set to take on Kassim Ouma of Uganda in the middleweight fight that was initially set to take place in Kampala, Uganda on Monday 26th December but failed to take place after Okwiri demanded to be paid before the fight, sentiments echoed by the organizers of the bout in Kenya.

According to Nenez Media Services, the Ugandan chickened out of the 10-bout card non-title fight forcing the organizers to bring in the Arusha-based Ally Ndaro also known as Ngunda (4-0-1, 2KOs).

Charges for the much-waited fight will be going for Ksh 500 for regular, Ksh 2000 for VIP, and Ksh 3000 for VVIP.