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Tim Ekandjo and King Tee Dee scheduled for a boxing match

The King of Kwaito, King Tee Dee and Founder of Project Never Walk Alone Tim Ekandjo are scheduled to meet in the ring and exchange fists for the Undisputed Catchweight Title.

The five-round boxing match is scheduled for 25 October 2022 at the Windhoek Country Club and Resorts.

The event will see a host of artists performing which include the likes of DJ Vuyo, Adora, Royal Ndappy, Twazis, Ann Singer, Ethnix, Bunger Drums, Cassidy Karon, TopCheri, Tate Buti, Gazza, One Blood, Maranatha, Manxebe, Dee A and a special performance by South African hit maker Master KG.

Speaking at the launch event King Tee Dee promised the public a boxing spectacle.
 
The night will also see five professional undercards of national titles voted for by the public.

The event is for charity and proceeds raised will go towards helping barefooted children.

“I am grateful and honoured to share a ring with King Tee Dee who is a celebrated Namibian artist and I promised to at least finish all five rounds,” said Ekandjo

Both fighters will have exactly three months to prepare for this fight.

Tickets are available at Webtickets.

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