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When Mukami got it all wrong
By Edward Sande
March 5, 2009

     
   
   
   
   

(MAR 5)  Even as Charity ‘Scary’ Mukami looked dazed and outclassed at Club Casurina tournament, on February 28th,  the Time Bomb Promotions prospect refused to be rattled. Mukami averred that a rematch would be the yardstick for ascertaining the actual queen of the middleweight.

“We drew last time but I must admit that this time round, judges did a shoddy job. Look at her face. I landed bruising jabs and punches yet it wasn’t on my side,” Mukami claimed. Mukami announced her arrival onto the boxing scene two years ago when she dared Conjestina and stretched her to the limit like she did the previous Sunday. But her second appearance at the hands of Conjestina didn’t just belie the banter that was bubbling in the run up to the match –hyped grudge match; it was an experience she would want to forget in a hurry. But to my surprise she downplayed it all.

Though Mukami was made to absorb heavy shots from the ‘Hands of Stone’, she was devoid of color, flair and gusto to pull in a surprise and make good her threats. Her footwork was wanting and she appeared as she had chickened-out whenever she got into the thick of things. Effortlessly trying to overcome a backlash, Mukami was the one to back-off in Conjestinas’s sporadic attacks. A ferocious left and right combination didn’t just drape the loser against the ropes; she lay down frustrated prior to picking herself up and surviving the compulsory count from referee Wycliffe Marende.

No eyebrows were raised when Conjestina racked up a unanimous points victory. After all the punishment, Mukami thought she had rocked the ‘Hands of Stone’. “I don’t know if I say I was robbed today, I will be wrong,” she said of the defeat yet spectators saw otherwise. “I think she was dazed proper but forgot she hardly posed any serious threat” a fan offered. Marende had it 59-58 for Conjestina while Demosh Omondi scored it 59-54. Vedo Okumu had it 58-57.

 
     
     
   
 
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