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Tshabalala new CEO of boxing promotion firm

Gugu Tshabalala has been appointed as CEO of Unleashed Combat Sport, owner and promoter Shereen Hunter has announced.

Hunter said Tshabalala, who holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations and communication, has worked with her company in the management of events over the past two years.

Young prospect Fourie now a step closer to the national title

Lightweight No 1 contender and Gauteng provincial champion Kaine Fourie takes a step further in the advancement of his boxing career when he opposes Lancelot Moyo for the ABU SADC title on July 21.
Promoter Shereen Hunter's Unleashed Combat Sports will stage the fight that will headline her event that will take place in the Johannesburg south.

Boxers supporting each other - leading in unity.

Surprise visit by Makabu uplifts fellow fighter. ‘Wow! Mr Makabu,” the boxer reacted as he showed respect for his fellow fighter. “If this is a dream then I don’t want to wake up,” added a chuffed and teary-eyed  Mashitoa as Makabu got up to hug him. “I am here to offer you words of comfort for what happened to you,” Makabu said.

Women in Boxing programme 'stalled in the blocks'

Women in boxing in Gauteng are frustrated, says irked secretary of the Gauteng Provincial Boxing Promoters Association (GPBPA), Shereen Hunter, ahead of August 9, which is national Women’s Day.

Shereen happy to continue work of fallen husband

Eight professional boxers, including recently crowned Gauteng cruiserweight champion Lebo Mashitoa, have remained with the Unleashed Combat stable despite owner and trainer Lionel Hunter's death.

We spoke to boxing promoter Shereen Hunter about her tournament

"Last weekend, boxing promoter Shereen Hunter staged an all women boxing tournament at the Booysens Boxing Club and it was televised on the SABC Sport channel. It was one of the few women's boxing tournaments to be held this month, with the assistance of the Gauteng Boxing Promoters Association."

Paving the way for women in boxing

As we commemorate Women's Month we thought we’d hone in on a sport that’s fast becoming popular among women - boxing. The boxing scene has been heating up yet women still face so many challenges in the sport.

SA businesswoman wants to revive boxing

A businesswoman with a penchant for marketing has turned her attention to the waning sport of boxing‚ saying businesses are keen to sign up as sponsors. In a once-mighty sport where many are bemoaning a dearth of sponsorships‚ Shereen Hunter is proving the opposite.

Lionel Hunter will be sorely missed by the community in the South

He leaves behind his wife Shereen and their daughter, as well as three children from a former marriage. His family stayed on a six Acre small holding in Walkerville where he housed a number of pedigreed dogs, pigs, turkeys and some wild animals.

Promoter on the hunt for female boxers

Shereen Hunter is on a mission to assist in the production of female boxing stars. She is the female professional boxing promoter whose sterling job in a short space of time earned her Boxing South Africa’s (BSA) Most Promising Promoter of the Year Award in January.

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