kick boxing- brighton changata.jpgZimbabwe’s promising kickboxer, Brighton Changata has left for Brazil where he is expected to carve his own piece of history when he represents the country at the kickboxing world cup to be staged in Sao Paulo from the 12 to the 14th of this month.

Brighton Changata will become the first Zimbabwean kickboxer to represent the country at such a high level of competition hoping to pick up from his 2007 performance where he won a bronze medal for the country at the Algiers All Africa Games.

The soft spoken athlete says he has done his part to fully prepare and now has no pressure going into the world cup where he hopes to win some medals.

“I have prepared enough and am going to give my best at the world cup and probably bring back the world cup trophy home,” said Changata.

Changata who recently won the Independence trophy will compete against a top field of contestants from 15 countries that will be taking part in the world cup event.