Excites and spills swirled all around as Kenya’s Fatuma ‘Iron Clench Hand’ Zarika and Albert Kimario brought home their championships at the Betika Ultra Battle Series Enclosing organized in Nairobi on Friday night.
The nine-session card, advanced by Maurice Odera of Ultra Battle Series Putting away their charge, they satisfied their charge as the Kenyans beat their adversaries to greatness.
Zarika effectively held her Reality Boxing League (WBF) World Super Featherweight title in the wake of deck Fatuma Omari of Tanzania in an uneven show. Zarika minced the meat of the Tanzanian to win the conflict on Specialized Takeout in the fourth round of the ten-round duel.
“Because of the fans who turned up in huge numbers to fill this corridor, your presence motivated me.”I need to thank support Betika, Ultra Battle Series Boxing advertiser Maurice Odera, and the Kenya Proficient Boxing Commission (KPBC) for assisting me with laying out a favorable climate to get ready for the battle,” Zarika told Standard Games.
Omari said her fantasy had worked out in the night as she had consistently yearned to battle Zarika, who was her young life’s good example.
“Tonight I’m a lively woman since one of my rundowns of should-dos, which was to fight Zarika, has worked out, Omari expressed. In like manner, Kimario is the new World Plot Boxing Association. (WABA) Intercontinental Super Bantamweight champion after surviving
Dark Chimkwapulo of Malawi won 98-92, 100-90, and 100-90 in the ten-round fight. In expansion, the victor of the tie was granted the Pugilist Organization of Tanzania (PST) belt.
“It was a fair fight; the game ruled tonight. I simply need a rematch with Kimario; he was a commendable rival. I need to challenge him once more,” Chimkwapulo said.
Then again, Kimario said he isn’t keen on a rematch as he is presently engaged to battle other better fighters somewhere else.
“I say thanks to Betika and Ultra Fight Series Boxing for supporting me to challenge the belts at home. I won’t neglect to remember my fans who pushed me past my cutoff to accomplish the triumphs,” Kimario expressed.
Visiting WBF President Howard Goldberg, who graced the event, hailed the advertiser and the supporters for keeping Kenyans honest in the game.
“These were elite sessions. These are the sort of matches that raise a nation’s stake in the game,” Goldberg expressed.
His feelings were reverberated by the KPBC, which endorsed the fights.”We encourage all advertisers in the country to copy what Odera and Betika have done this evening.
“The endeavors they are setting up have gotten fans once again to the game, as the corridor was this evening full to the edge,” KPBC President Reuben Ndolo underlined.
Betika’s delegates, Overseeing Chief and Gathering Boss Money Official Mutava Mutua, made sense of the fact that no words yet activities are required in the Kenyan boxing scene.
“To the fans, I can say we are in the same boat; we will keep on presenting to you these sorts of revetting activities as we mean to take the game to an unheard-of level,” Mutua stated. On his side, Odera vowed to give Kenyans greater quality battles.
He tested more corporations to come on board into the game, saying: “I need to say thanks to them, Mburus, Imani Blossoms, KPBC, the
Ultra Battle Series Boxing Club, Betika, WABA, and the WBF for their absolute help that guaranteed we conveyed adrenaline-filled class sessions.”
The Betika Ultra Battle Series Boxing battle card full outcomes
1. WBF Super Featherweight World title, 10 rounds
Fatuma Zarika of Kenya won the technical knockout fourth round against Fatuma Omari of Tanzania.
2. WABA Intercontinental Super Bantamweight/Pugilists Organization of Tanzania (PST) titles, 10 rounds
Albert Kimario of Kenya won 98-92, 100-90, and 100-90 against Dim Chimkwapulo of Malawi.
3. Welterweight: 6 rounds
George Onyango of Kenya won the technical knockout second round against Isaac Mushi of Tanzania.
4. Cruiserweight, 6 rounds
Joshua Wasike of Kenya won 60-54, 58-54, 58-54 against Ignatius Onyango of Uganda.
5. Lightweight, 6 rounds
Gabriel Ochieng of Kenya won 58-56, 60-55, and 55-59 against Scratch Otieno of Kenya.
6. Super Bantamweight, 6 rounds
Nicholine Achieng of Kenya won the technical knockout first round against Valentina Aciro of Uganda.
7. Super Flyweight, 6 rounds
Wilson Olumbe of Kenya won the technical knockout second round against Davis Ariiho of Uganda.
8. Welterweight, 4 round
Sway Turyatemba of Uganda won 40-35, 40-36, and 40-35 against Dennis Otieno of Kenya.
9. Light Welterweight, 4 rounds
John Juma of Kenya won 39-35, 37-38, and 39-36 against Douglas Kalule of Uganda.