Namibian boxers too good for opponents.

By Martin Ukarerani

Local professional boxers acquainted themselves of the task at hand by winning all five title fights at stake against opponents from South Africa and Tanzania over the weekend.

In the main bout of the evening, Paulus "The Hitman" Moses won the WBO Africa lightweight title after beating Thompson Mokwane of South Africa on points in a bout he dominated from the onset.

Elsewhere, Walter Kautondokwa won his first-ever title fight after beating Walter Dlamini of South Africa with a TKO in the 1st round to claim the WBO Africa middleweight.

Jeremia Nakathila also became a champion in his own right by pocketing the WBO Africa Junior Lightweight title after beating sending Jasper Seroka of South Africa to the canvas in the 8th round with a technical knock-out.

Julius Indongo stopped Fabian Lyimo from Tanzania by technical knock-out after 2 minutes and 22 seconds in the 1st round to win WBO Africa Junior welterweight title.

Immanuel Naidjala won the WBO inter-continental bantamweight title after beating Fadhili Majiha of Tanzania on points, to close the finest evening under the auspices of the Nestor Tobias boxing and fitness Academy stable.