By John Tuerijama
FORMER World Boxing Council (WBC) Youth Super middleweight champion, Vikapita ‘Beast Master’ Meroro says his objective for the upcoming fight against Thabiso Mchunu of South Africa is to win, no matter what.
The Beast Master will challenge for the WBA Pan African Cruiserweight title slated for Durban, South Africa tomorrow Meroro said he has been training for the past three months, working on his power, speed and technique.
“I have been training very hard, sparring with the likes of Wilbeforce Shihepo and Walter Kautondokwa,” he disclosed.
“Well my preparations are well on track but one cannot reveal all that I have been working on some stuff which I will keep secret for now. I am looking at anything to get the win, be it through a knockout or on points, as long as I get the win,” said the pugilist.
He added: “I am very motivated and excited to step into the ring as my hope is to get a shot at a world title very soon.,” said Meroro.
The fight against Mchunu was initially scheduled to take place last year but was moved to next weekend.
Of the two boxers, Meroro boasts a more superior record with 31 fights, 13 knockouts and four losses compared to Mchunu, who has a record of 17 wins and two losses.
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