Former South African junior-featherweight champion Ludumo Lamati is returning to action in March. 
Mdantsane-born Lamati, who has not fought since his win over Filipino boxer Richie Mepranum in July 2019, is set to shake off ring rust in a fight against Said Mohamed Hassan from Tanzania at the Emperors Palace in Kempton Park on Sunday, 14 March. 
This is the second fight between the two boxers with Lamati having stopped Hassan at the Turfontein Race Course, Johannesburg, in June 2018. 
Lamati, who is trained by former SA bantamweight champion Phumzile Matyhila moved to Golden Gloves recently. 

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