Bazila joins Exodus
Published On February 13, 2016 » 1694 Views» By Davies M.M Chanda » Boxing, Sports
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MWENYA Musenge Boxing Stables has parted ways with controversial boxer Bazila Ngosa who has since joined Exodus International Boxing Promotions (EIBP).
But Mwenya Musenge Stables have demanded K10, 000 to be paid as compensation for the investment they made in the boxer for the period he was under their watch before they can clear him to join the midlands stable.
In a letter addressed to the Zambia Professional Boxing and Wrestling Control Board (ZPBWCB) dated February 9, stables board secretary David Kanduza advised that the money be paid through the board before the clearance certificate is issued.
EIBP proprietor Anthony Mwamba confirmed in a telephone interview that the bantamweight boxer had indeed joined his camp.
Mwamba, however, was cagey to delve into details though it is believed that EIBP have already lined up a bout for Ngosa this month end.
Ngosa was last year banned for attacking a referee after he lost a boxing bout to Kenyan Francis Kimani by a technical knockout.
But Ngosa felt that the referee, Maybin Kante, stopped the fight prematurely and opted to vent his anger on the official with vicious punches which luckily the referee managed to duck.
That action prompted the ZPBWCB to slap him with a life ban that was lifted by then Sports Minister Chishimba Kambwili.
Ngosa made a return to the ring in a disappointing draw against fellow stable boxer Bernard Mwango in January during the Mwenya Musenge New Year boxing tournament.

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