MALAWIAN boxer Ruth Chisale has vowed to pound World Boxing Council (WBC)
welterweight silver champion Lorita Muzeya when the two boxers face off on December 30 at Government
Complex in Lusaka.

Speaking in a telephone interview yesterday, Chisale dubbed the Queen, said she would
make sure that Muzeya sweats with a flurry of punches.

She admitted that Muzeya was a good boxer whom she will not underrate given that
she was the defending champion but that when the two square off in the ring, all the respect will be out of the way.

“I am coming to Zambia to destroy her fighting record, I have trained
hard for her and very ready to face her anytime. Zambians must come in
large numbers to see my kind of punches,” Chisale said.

Chisale said she will make sure Lorita takes permanent residence of the canvas during the high anticipated bout.

But Lorita Muzeya refused to be drawn into verbal mind games and described Chisale as a good boxer whom she was going to handle like any other victims of her rising career.

Muzeya said she had prepared well for the fight and was equal to task as she was aware of what was at stake.

“I don’t believe in saying a lot of words but I would rather express myself in the ring, am not disputing that she is a good boxer but my levels of fitness are a motivation in everything I do,” Muzeya said.

She said her coaching team has continued to work hard to make sure she is
ready for the end of year bill.

“This fight is very important for me and I must put in all my level best, I want to grow in my boxing career and this should be a stepping stone for me. Winning the fight would be good for me as I will move in and
challenge for WBC gold title,” she said.

A total of six bouts have been lined up for the bill with the main fight involving Africa Boxing Union (ABU) champion Alfred Muwowo (Ibrahim Mohamed) defending his title against Delisizwe Komani of South Africa.

Four of the six bouts will be international fights while two will be local fights.