Ayanda Ndulani is sure he is going to emerge victorious when he fights against Siphamandla Baleni in East London next month.
Ndulani defends his International Boxing Organisation (IBO) minimumweight title against Baleni at the East London International Convention Centre (ICC) on Friday, 26 November.
This is going to be Ndulani’s first defence of the title he won when he stopped Nkosinathi ‘Mabhere’ Joyi in the fourth round in May this year.
“I’m defending against Baleni next month. We have already signed the contracts,” Ndulani, who is trained by Kholisile Cengani, confirmed.
The fight between the two boxers is a rematch as Baleni defeated Ndulani on points when they fought for the then vacant World Boxing Organisation (WBO) Africa minimumweight title in June 2019.
“He beat me the last time and I blame myself for that defeat. I’m going to do corrections and beat him this time around. He knows that he’s not going to beat me,” the champion said.