Kwese is bringing the much-anticipated rematch between Chomunorwa ‘Sting’ Gondarenda and Tony ‘Sugar’ Salam for Gondarenda’s WBF Africa Cruiserweight title to Lagos. Kwese in partnership with Kalakoda Boxing Promotions is bringing the Friday Fight Nights series dubbed, “Chaos in Lagos”, to Lagos Nigeria on 26th of October at the Federal Palace Hotel in Victoria Island.
Here’s How Kwese Is Bringing The Match To Your Door Step
No need to fret because you can’t catch the match at the Federal Palace Hotel. Kwese’s multiplatform broadcasting approach has presented viewers with a lot of viewing options. They will provide full broadcast coverage of the event through satellite TV. You would be able to catch the match on the following:
- Channel 285 on the Kwese TV bouquet
- The Kwese TV app linked to an active pay TV subscription
- Kwese Free Sports UHF channel 32
- Kwese iflix mobile app.
For fans outside Nigeria, Kwese has signed sub-license agreements with various free-to-air (FTA) broadcasters across the continent. To ensure millions of viewers across the continent can enjoy free access to the fight wherever they are. The event will also be streamed on YouTube Live.
Salam Vs Gondarenda
In their last match in August Gondarenda retained his belt on a split decision. After the match, Gondarenda declared that he would fight Salam again, “any time any place”. Salam has promised to leave nothing to chance this time, claiming he would knock the Zimbabwean out. He says that the match is personal, he is promising to make Gondarenda pay for the previous “injustice” that he believes occurred in the last match. Salam vows not to risk letting the judges decided the winner like the last match. This match definitely promises a lot of entertainment for its viewers, be sure to catch the match.
The match will be a contrast of styles. Gondarenda, who is considered the come forward fighter, and Salam the sleek counter puncher, fighting often on the back foot. To emerge the winner Salam would need to be more definitive in his approach. In the last match, he clearly landed the cleaner blows, but it was the Zimbabwean champion’s relentless aggression and ring control that probably swayed the judges during their first matchup.