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Noni Tenge TKO'd Daniella Smith
June 13, 2011
Source/Citizen Newspaper
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(JUNE 13) According to the Citizen Newspaper in South Africa, Noni “She Bee Stinging” Tenge, of Africa, won by a fourth round TKO over Daniella Smith, of New Zealand and winning the IBF welterweight world title. The Citizen Newspaper report that Tenge became the first African woman to ever win a world title.

According to "Times Live" online News site, they reported the following: "Tenge landed a heavy right hook that sent Smith crashing to the canvas." They added, "Smith began the fight with a quick tempo, showing enthusiasm for landing as many punches as she could against the defensively astute Tenge. But the woman from New Zealand couldn't maintain her early blitz and was soon exposed. In the third round, Smith was saved by the bell when she met a Tenge right to the face, using the ropes to remain on her feet."

The "Citizen" Newspaper added about the fight, " Smith was in defensive mode in round four as Tenge kept her on the move and peppered her with several combinations. It became clear that the fight wasn’t going to go on for much longer and a big right opened Smith up before an overhand right sent her to the canvas one minute and 54 seconds into the [fourth] round."

Source: Citizen" newspaper in South Africa:Local Sport/Nick Gordon and Times Live News of New Zealand, Photo: Times Live News/
 

 
     
     
   
 
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