February 29, 2024




Latest news on BOXING

Achieng turns focus on WBC super lightweight title

The 34-year-old was fighting for the vacant World Boxing Foundation (WBF) Women's World super lightweight belt, convincing the three judges

Legendary boxing coach Mwarangu is dead

“Coach Mwarangu served the sport of boxing with a great deal of dedication, passion & commitment, “ added BFK.

Mouthy Mandonga stops Wanyonyi

the Tanzanian upped his game in the subsequent rounds to rain the “Ukrainian bombs” on defenceless Wanyonyi, who barely survived through the fourth and fifth rounds.

Mandonga brimming with confidence ahead of Wanyonyi bout

Mandonga Mtu Kazi sasa yupo katika taifa nyingine na nimekuja na ngumi nyingine. Wakae wakijua Mandonga Mtu Kazi sio mtu wa kupoa. Mimi sijawahipoa hata siku moja.

Ombok takes over as Africa Zone 3 Chairman

Ombok and his closest rival Nkodia Kynd Gaetan of the Republic of Congo were tied  5-5 after the first round of voting before Ombok emerged victorious in the tie breaking second round.

Hit Squad trio through to African Boxing Championship finals

Three Kenyan boxers led by the vastly experienced Nick Okoth and his compatriots Samuel Njau, and Elizabeth Andiego reached the African Boxing Confederation Championship finals in Maputo, Mozambique after successful semifinal outings on Thursday 15 September 2022.

Usyk defeats Joshua, sets sights on Fury

Oleksandr Usyk turned his sights on rival heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury on Sunday after beating Britain's Anthony Joshua on a split points decision to retain his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO belts in Jeddah.

Team Kenya boxers intensify training for Commonwealth Games

The tactician says the experience picked over the last two international tournaments the team has been will be massive for them to charge for medals

Kenyan boxers receive more blows down in Kinshasa

Skipper Nick Okoth suffered a unanimous decision defeat to Cameroon’s Sangue Alain.

Boxing, Weightlifting left off Olympics programme

Long-running issues at the International Boxing Association (AIBA) and the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF), which led to the former being excluded from running the boxing tournament at Tokyo 2020 and the latter's place at Paris 2024 being provisional, have led to their omission from the initial Los Angeles 2028 programme.