All vacant national boxing titles are on the line and will be contested on the 13th of October 2018, during “The Night Of Champions” boxing extravaganza that will feature four national champions defending their titles.

The tournament will be a platform to restructure boxing and set records straight while putting national rankings and ratings in place which are currently in shambles.

The tournament which is said to have no sponsors is being bankrolled by Stalin Mau Mau of the Mau Mau Boxing Promotions in the interest of developing the sport and moving forward.

“Only four titles are not vacant, but will be defended as well as part of boxing rules and regulations,” said Mau Mau.

Boxers under the World Boxing Council rules and regulations governing the sport are expected to defend their titles every six months.

Zimbabwe National Boxing and Wrestling Control Board admitted records were in shambles and they are in the process of putting the records together, rankings and rating to ensure the smooth flow of the sport.

Patience Mastara, boxer cum footballer, will defend her bantamweight title against Zvikomberero Danzwa over 10 rounds.

Chiedza Homakoma will defend her lightweight title against Cecelia Pisteni over 10 rounds.

Revai Madondo will battle it out with Talent Nyagura for the flyweight title over 10 rounds.

The main bout will feature heavyweights Vincent Muziri and Collen “Nyamambishi” Musambudzi over 12 rounds.

Super bantamweight champion Tinashe “Chairman Titi” Madziwane will defend his title against Jeremiah “Jingo Master” Mhere  over 12 rounds.

Ndodana Ncube and Alfred Kashiri will renew their rivalry in the super fearther-weight 12 round contest.

Stalin Kachigwada will battle it out in the light welterweight with an opponent yet to be announced as will Peter Pambeni in the lightweight over 12 rounds.

Enock Musambuzi and Thembani Mhlanga, will square off in the light middleweight title over 12 rounds.

Lawrence Moyo and Future Mugare will contest the welterweight title over 12 rounds.

The night promises to be full of fireworks as more than four other bouts are also lined up on the night as support bouts in the Harare Gardens.