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Old 03-14-2005, 02:39 PM   #21
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Red face Links and stuff

Thanks for the pics and fighters, guys. Keep 'em coming.

The links on the Schutte pic and Hagler's post appear to be missing or something. I can't see them, anyway.

I have added Okhello, Izon's brother, Sebastian Rothmann and several others to the list, and will be updating in the near future. Would be glad to hear about any others not listed here who should be, or who you want to see.

Thanks again ...
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It may be something on your end Mark, all the links look fine from here. (you're not missing much with Schutte anyway - it is a nice photo of the soles of his shoes though )
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Smile Super middle Sammy Retta

Here is a pic of Ethiopian super middleweight Sammy Retta, who I have added to the second batch of Africans.

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Old 03-18-2005, 08:38 PM   #28
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Talking More African heavies

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Here is the list of African heavyweights I have so far:

Heavyweights (49) --- Jimmy Abbott, Sunday Abiodun, Mohamed Afonso, Friday Ahunaya, George Ajio, Henry Akinwande, Funso Banjo, Frans Botha, Johnny Britz, Arigoma Chiponda, Joseph Chingangu, Gerrie Coetzee, David Defiagbon, Duncan Dokiwari, Johnny DuPlooy, Ngozika Ekwelum, Ron Ellis, Maurice Gomis, Clement Hassan, Louis Hendricks, Herbie Hide, Ike Ibeabuchi, King Ipitan, David Izon, Macan Keita, Proud Kilimanjaro, Bennie Knoetze, Kallie Knoetze, Mary Konate, Peter Mulindwa Kozza, Ali Lukasa, Captain Cleopas Marvel, Fraser Memela, Christophe Mendy, Augustin N’Gou, Anton Nel, Lisimo Obutobe, James Oyebola, Samuel Peter, Weaver Qwabe, Kilani Ramdani, Jimmy Richards, Lucien Rodriguez, Chris Roos, Corrie Sanders, Mike Schutte, Michael Simwelu, Walter "Ringo" Starr and Black Tiger.

Please post names of any you see are missing, particularly those who fought out of other countries, but were born in Africa. Thanks.
Through research and suggestions from members, I have added Billy Lotter, Richard Bango, Cisse Salif, Peter Okhello, Chris Sirengo, Roger Izonritei, Gerry de Bruyn, Sam Ubokane, Courage Tshabalala, Onebo Maxime and Joseph Awinongya to the aforementioned heavies.
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Arrow More cruisers

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Here are the cruisers I've compiled so far:

Cruiserweights (35) --- Bashiru Ali, Mohamed Benguesmia, Pierre Coetzer, Ted Cofie, Idriss Cole, Piet Crous, Norbert Ekassi, Chidi Enoma, Leonard Friedman, David Izeqwire, Tee Jay, Rund Kanika, Cesar Kazadi, Patrick Lumumba, Samson Mahlangu, Siza Makathini, Ibela Moano, Jacob Mofokeng, Issa Moluh, Howard Mpepesi, Moses Mthama, David Mthembu, David Muhammad, Chisanda Mutti, John Odhiambo, Louis Pergaud, Freddie Rafferty, Hastings Rasani, Douglas Sibiya, Lumbala Tshibamba, Louis Van Winkel, Anaclet Wamba, Franco Wanyama, Mustafa Wassaja and Robbie Williams.

Next, the light-heavyweights.
Added to the cruiserweights list are Earl Morais, Joe John, mark Doku, Napoleon Tagoe, Sebastian Rothmann, Emmanuel Nwodo and Brian Herrmann.
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Arrow More light-heavies

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Here are the light-heavyweights I have so far:

Light-Heavyweights (52) --- King George Aid-oo, Ade Ajasco, Yombo Araka, Victor Attivor, Sarel Aucamp, Martin Barnard, Mwehu Beya, Themba Buthelezi, Michael Chilambe, Hisman "Flash" Chisango, George Chisenga, Yawe Davis, Dawie Du Preez, Sakki Enslin, Pierre Fourie, Sydney Hoho, Mike Holt, Jan Horn, Sakkie Horn, Lionel Hunter, Mohamed Isaacs, Pierre Kabasu, Serge Kabongo, Joe Kiwanuka, Deban Koffi, Theunis Kok, Yao Kouame, Ganguina Larme, Joseph Laryea, Joe Lasisi, Robert Madi, Joseph Marwa, James Mathatho, Mark Melville, Prince Mama Mohammed, Sipho Moyo, Lutshadi Mudimbi, Jim Murray, Lotte Mwale, Peter Oboh, Willie Opperman, Kid Power, Mohamed Siluvangi, Mervin Smit, Kosie Smith, Ba Sounkalo, Drake Thadzi, Dick Tiger, Ginger Tshabalala, Jean Tshikuna, Prince Tukane, Solomon Zuma.

On to the very limited, weak super middleweights ...
Additions include Lolenga Mock, Ruben Groenewald, Manu Ntoh, Renier Dorfling, Ramdane Serdjane and Erasmus Magwaza.
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Arrow Super middleweights

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Here is my very limited list of super middleweights to date:

Super Middleweights (25) --- Klayima Awouitoh, Gary Ballard, Jaffa Ballogou, Nordin Ben-Salah, Soon Botes, Jean Marie Emebe, Ali Ennebati, Hamid Hadi, Isidore Janvier, James Lubwama, Tshimanga M’Biye, Thulane Malinga, James Mayisela, Ambrose Mlilo, Franki Moro, Paul Muyodi, Matthews Mwape, Eric Nxumalo, Emmanuel Otti, Abdullah Ramadan, George Sabuni, Kabary Salem, Chris Sande, Dingaan Thobela, Nestor Tobias.

Got a bunch of middleweights coming next ...
To this list I have added Sidney Mxoli Msutu, Sammy Retta, Andre Thysse, Mukadi Monda, Xolani Ngemntu, Theo Ngema, Bawa Adine, Patrick Cito and Roland Francis.
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Arrow Mo middleweights

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Here is my modern African middleweight list:

Middleweights (57) --- Cameron Adams, Peter Asandoh, Evans Ashira, Erland Betare, Nelson Bosso, Hamouda Bouraoui, Bokki Buys, Mark Cameron, Bechir Chaarane, Hunter Clay, Nessim Max Cohem, Marciano Commey, Souleyman Diallo, Jerry Elliott, Gordon Goba, Joseph Hali, Loucif Hamani, Kingsley Ikeke, Leone Jacovacci, Gilbert Josamu, Roy Kaba, Sumbu Kalambay, Chris Kazuma, Jan Kies, Idrissa Konate, Doug Lumley, Elijah "Tap Tap" Makathini, Mpush Makembi, Maxwell Malinga, Shaka Mambo, Daniel Mapanya, Biney Martin, Blessing Masinga, Mbayo Wa Mbayo, Bruce McIntyre, Nathan Moloi, Andre Mongelema, Michael Motsoane, Alex Mpofu, Danny Nel, Victor Ntloko, Richard Ofosu, Joe Oke, Charles Oosthuizen, Maneno Oswald, Dramane Ouedraogo, Giovanni Pretorius, Abdul Umaru Sanda, Harry Simon, Joseph Sishi, Michel Stini, Dick Tiger, Gratien Tonna, Johnson Tshuma, Kosie van Vurren, Fike Wilson and Tiger Wilson.

And, finally, the junior middleweights I know of so far ...
Add to this list Donald Ngomane, Pieter de Bruyn, Sydney Bensch, Simon Mokoena, Mbulelo Mxokiswa and Elvis Adonisi.
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Arrow And finally, the junior middleweights

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The end of the list (unless I add welterweights, LOL!):

Junior Middleweights (46) --- Louis Acaries, Ikleff Ahmed-Hadjallah, Alfred Ankamah, Coenie Bekker, Solomon "Bushy" Bester, Brown Bongo, Gerhard Botes, Alex Bunema, Bobby Chisale, Floyd "Six" Chongo, Gregory Clark, Judas Clottey, Ossie Duran, William Gare, Jean Pierre Iniama, Kofi Jantuah, Ayub Kalule, David Kambule, Dick Katende, Nino LaRocca, Phumzile Madikane, Terrence Makaluza, Rashid Matumla, Peter Mgojo, Daniel Mkhize, Mimoun Mohatar, Loyiso Mtya, John Mugabi, John Munduga, Ezra Mzinyane, Godfrey Nyakana, James Osunsedo, Kassim Ouma, Ike Quartey, Art Serwano, Said Skouma, Gert Steyn, Mamadou Thiam, Young Dick Tiger, Clement Tshinza, Patrick Vungbo, Charlie Weir, Derrick Xulu, Said Yazidu, Isaac Yoto and Pascal Zito.

The ball's in your court, guys. Any additions? Post some pics? Any others some of you have already rated? Thanks in advance for your help.
Add to this list Daniel Sereme, Virgil Kalakoda, Gert Craemer, Joshua Clottey, David Kalako, David Potsane, Vincent Vuma, Morris Mohloai, Leo Simelane, Mamadou Thiam, Said Ouali, Eric Spalding and Farai Kachigwada.

Whew! Back to work ...
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Thanks Mark, I am looking foreward to seeing some of these other guys.
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To the list of African heavyweights I would like to see Joey Armstrong added.
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Cool Good catch

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To the list of African heavyweights I would like to see Joey Armstrong added.
http://www.boxrec.com/boxer_display.php?boxer_id=036773
I overlooked him. Good catch. Will definitely add him. Thanks.

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JACKLORD JACOBS HW (1994-2003) Overall Rating = 1

Born - Benin, Nigeria
Hometown - Kingston, England, U.K.

5(4)-5-3

1991 African Championships Light Heavyweight Gold Medalist
British Masters Heavyweight Champion

Beat Pele Reid and Cordwell Hylton (twice). Lost to Rune Lillebuen, Omran Awadi, Albert Sosnowski and Matt Skelton. Stopped four times.
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JACKLORD JACOBS HW (1994-2003) Overall Rating = 1
Born - Benin, Nigeria
Hometown - Kingston, England, U.K.
5(4)-5-3
1991 African Championships Light Heavyweight Gold Medalist
British Masters Heavyweight Champion
Beat Pele Reid and Cordwell Hylton (twice). Lost to Rune Lillebuen, Omran Awadi, Albert Sosnowski and Matt Skelton. Stopped four times.
Will add this guy to my Africa group, JM to Hvy. and 1965 to present.

You can never have too many "opponents."
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Red face Reposts?

Guys;
Just searched for Bashew Sibaca and Anton Nel pics posted somewhere in the forum earlier, but cannot find them. Also, my dowload of Mike Schutte pic was corrupted. Could someone repost or e-mail me the pics at vistaman44@yahoo.com please? Thanks.
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