Landile Man-down Ngxeke has urged his fans, promoters, and hometown supporters Whittlesea (Sada) to put their trust in him.
The 27-year-old South African Super Flyweight title holder posted these words on his Facebook fan page. This is due to his positive attitude and hunger for his upcoming match against Lindile Tshemese, which is set to take place on June 18th, 2022, at the East London City ICC venue.
This event has been designated as a celebration of the 1976 generation through boxing. South Africa celebrates Youth Day on June 16th every year. Since the 1976 Soweto uprising, this has been an effective norm.
Man-down Ngxeke has since secured himself the South African Super flyweight title through a TKO, knocking out Athenkosi Dumezweni on the 9th of April 2022. In his professional boxing career, Ngxeke has 9 bouts, of which 8 of them have Won and only 1 draw.
His opponent Lindile Tshemese has been competing as a professional boxer in the Super Flyweight division for 9 years. This 28-year-old veteran has a total of 18 fights, 13 wins, 3 losses, and 2 draws. He did, however, last fight two years ago. That could be a disadvantage for Tshemese.
At the event launch, Ngxeke made it clear to his opponent that he come very far with his title, and he is settling for nothing either than a win in this upcoming match. Replying to him the opponent Tshemese said he is not up for any negotiations but to collect the title.