Nghutenanye Grateful for People's Choice Award


Swakopmund-based boxer Fillemon Nghutenanye has been honored with the prestigious People's Choice award at the Namibia Annual Sports Awards.

Known for his remarkable skills in the ring, Nghutenanye holds the WBA Africa Flyweight title and has successfully defended it twice.

In an interview with NBC, Nghutenanye expressed his gratitude for receiving the People's Choice accolade. The award is a testament to the tremendous support he has garnered from the community.

Nghutenanye's dedication and hard work have not gone unnoticed, and he is humbled by the recognition.

Salute In Action entertains Boxing lovers


The MTC Salute Boxing Academy's Salute in Action Boxing Bonanza that took place Saturday night at the Roman Catholic Hall was filled with blood Sweat and tears with the main bout ended in a 4th round.

The Salute In Action boxing bonanza's night was filled with action that put those in attendance on the edges of their seats.

One of the highlight of the night was a fight between Immanuel Josef against Salatiel Moses in the Bantamweight. Immanuel Josef won the 6 round bout on a split decision.

Ngutenanye defends WBA Pan Africa Flyweight title


Swakopmund-based Fillemon Nghutenanye retained his WBA Pan Africa Flyweight title by flooring Ally Ngwando in the 7th round of their fight this weekend.

Ahead of the fight, 27-year-old  Fillemon Nghutenanye of the MTA Boxing Gym had a record of winning 9 out of his 10 fights, with one draw.

His challenger Ally Ngwando, who is only 19 years old, also had an impressive record of 8 wins, 2 draws and one loss.

The bout started well and made it difficult for one to judge, especially at an early stage, who would win.