Top 10 greatest African boxers of all time
Boxing is one of most Paying Sports.Boxing is a combat sport in which two people engage in a contest of strength, speed, reflexes, endurance, and will, by throwing punches with gloved hands against each other.
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10. Welcome Ncita (South African)
Total fights: 44, Wins: 40, Wins by KO: 21, Losses: 3, Draws: 1
South African former professional boxer Welcome Ncita was called “The Hawk”. He became a professional in 1984 and won the International Boxing Federation Super Bantamweight Title in 1990. He defended the title six times.
9. Cornelious Edwards (Ugandan)
Total fights: 53, Wins: 45, Wins by KO: 34, Losses: 7, Draws: 1
Born in Uganda, Cornelious Boza Edwards won the WBC World Junior Lightweight Title in 1981. Out of his 45 wins, 34 were knockouts.
He fought several world champions including Chacon, Alexis Argüello and Rolando Navarrete. Currently this great pugilist lives in the United States of America, where he spends time training boxers.