Female boxing champion Kudakwashe Chiwandire says just as it is expected from any true champion, she is always ready to fight whoever, anywhere and at any time.
This she said affirming her readiness for her upcoming title defence fight against Mexican prospect Zulina Munoz whom she will face on October 1, 2022 at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC).
The tournament has been postponed twice already after title promoters Delta Force faced financial constraints.
The hard-hitting Take Money, who stands on a boxing record of five wins, two defeats and one draw in the paid ranks, cautioned that the Mexican should better come well prepared as she has no plans of vacating her hard-earned WBC Gold Interim Bantamweight belt which she won after defeating Zambian Catherine Phiri in February this year.
“I am currently working on perfecting my tactics as I have been training hard every day. In fact, me and my team have been hard at work even before the fight was announced. Just like true champions, we are always ready to fight anyone, anywhere at any given time. I always remain prepared. ,” she said.
“Munoz is one of the top females ranked fighter in the World with a boxing record of 53:4:2, but I can assure you she is a good fighter as I have seen some of her fights online. I am ready for her and I will take her down,” added an upbeat Chiwandire.
Chiwandire said she was not under any pressure going into the fight, adding that she was always ready for any opponent who would come her way.
Chiwandire’s trainer Clyde Musonda said they are ready to conquer.
“We are ready. We have always been even before the match was postponed. My boxer is showing so much confidence and that is a good sign for me as the trainer. We need to instill confidence first and the rest flow into place,” he said.
If Chiwandire wins against Munoz, she will be in line for the WBC gold title.