The boxing bout between Jabulani Makhense and Thulani Mbenge promises to be a cracker. 
Makhense and Mbenge collide in a World Boxing Association (WBA) Pan-African welterweight contest at the Emperors Palace in Kempton Park on Saturday.
“This is a very important fight for me. It’s a make or break for me, one of the biggest fights for me,” Makhense said. 
“The Tulz I know if he brings his A game he’s one hell of a boxer. We have done our homework.” 
Makhense, who is yet to lose in 11 fights, insisted that he’s not under pressure to maintain his unbeaten record. 
Meanwhile, former world champion Mbenge has said that Makhense will have to work very hard if he wants to beat him. 
“I’m happy with how we prepared for the fight. We know him very well. He  has never fought against a real welterweight,” the former International Boxing Organisation (IBO) welterweight king said. 
“We know that he is unbeaten. But that does not make him a dangerous boxer. He knows he’s in danger.” 

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