Deltaforce Boxing Academy’s partnership with Malawi’s No Pain No Gain Promotions is paying dividends as Malawian boxer Anisha Bashir won the African Boxing Union (ABU) super lightweight title with a technical knockout in the 9th round in Kenya.
Local boxing trainer Clyde Musonda of Deltaforce Boxing Academy who has been training the boxers from Malawi’s No Pain No Gain Boxing Promotions for the past two years said the partnership is now aiming to produce a world champion.
Bashir beat Consolata Musanga of Kenya in Nairobi, to clinch the ABU super lightweight title.
Bashir, a Malawian female super lightweight pugilist won the ABU title with technical knockout in the 9th round while another Malawian boxer featherweight Israel Kamwamba also beat Anderson Sifuna of Kenya over six rounds.
Local boxing trainer Musonda of Deltaforce Boxing Promotions and Academy has been training the boxers from Malawi’s No Pain No Gain Boxing Promotions for the past two years said they are now aiming to produce a world champion.
Deltaforce last year signed an agreement with No Pain No Gain of Malawi to promote the sport in the Southern African region through partnerships and co-operation.
Besides Bashir other Malawians including welterweight champion Limbani “Lion” Masamba and Emmanuel Chimanja, flyweight have been training in Zimbabwe under Musonda together with fast rising boxing star Tinashe“Chairman” Madziwana, Nicola Mutonhora, Collen Mavhundutse and Trevor Mpofu to name a few.