Tshifhiwa Munyai is back and looking sharper than ever as he takes on Oscar Chauke for the IBF International Featherweight title in Preston on September 12th, a fight that is also a final eliminator for the Commonwealth title which is set to be contested between Josh Warrington and Joel Brunker.
Munyai, who has his second fight under trainer Johnney Roye, looks to be enjoying life in Preston and has stated himself, “I am living the life under Johnney, I am training properly for the first time in my career. I feel I am ready to fight anyone”.
Munyai tops a bumper bill in Preston which includes Former World Champion Malcolm Klassen along with impressive local prospects Liam Conroy, Ash Peyton, Lyndon Newman, March Leach and Matty Clarkson as well as well known Michael Ramabeletsa who intends on making his own charge towards a Commonwealth strap now he is working with Roye and has the backing of the MGM team.
Munyai is remembered by British fight fans for his fight with Scott Quigg, however he intends on showing that that was not the real Munyai that night and come September 12th, fight fans at Preston’s Evogue Nightclub will see the real Atomic Spider.
“When I fought Quigg, I did not train properly, now I am training properly, I expect to be Chauke, the win is all that matters, then I will fight anyone”.
Trainer Johnney Roye has seemed to reinstated Munyai’s confidence and like he does with all his fighters, gives Munyai the time he needs as a fighter that will look to lead him to major titles in the coming months and years.
Tickets for the show at Preston’s Evogue nightclub are still available by calling Johnney Roye on 07946 270 758.