WINDHOEK, 08 JUL – Former World Boxing Organisation (WBO) world champion Paulus Ambunda will fight Muhamad Ridhwan in Singapore for the vacant International Boxing Organisation (IBO) World Super Bantamweight title on 29 September.
Ambunda, who is now trained by Immanuel Moses of African Connection Boxing and Fitness Gymnasium, is also a former IBO World Super Bantamweight title holder.
Moses confirmed to Nampa on Sunday that the fight against the Singaporean will take place in that country, adding that more details will be made available to the media during the week.
Ambunda last fought in December 2017, when he beat Nasibu Ramadhan of Tanzania to win the World Boxing Council International Silver Super Bantamweight title.
Of his 28 fights, Ambunda has won 26 and lost two – to Tomoki Kameda in Cebu City in the Philippines in 2013 and to Moises Flores of Mexico in Windhoek in 2016.
His opponent Ridhwan has won all 11 fights of his professional career.