Sabelo Ngebiyana and Sikho Nqothole meet in a return match for the vacant South African junior-bantamweight title at the Orient Theatre in East London on Sunday afternoon.
The title became vacant when Athnkosi Dumezweni relinquished in January this year.
In the first match-up between Ngebiyana and Nqothole on 2 November 2018 in Mbabane, Ngebinyana, 10-3; 8, beat Nqothole, 11-1; 7, on a unanimous points decision to claim the WBA Pan African junior-bantamweight title.
Ngebinyana will be having his second crack at the South African junior-bantamweight title, having lost on a unanimous 12 round points decision to Yanga Sigqibo in April last year.
The other two losses have come against Athenkosi Dumezweni (l pts 6) and Rofhiwa Nemushungwa (l sd 8).
Nqothole made his pro debut in March 2017 and won his first nine fights in style before winning the vacant WBA Pan African junior-bantamweight title with a unanimous 12 round points win over Sunday Kiwale in Durban on 27 June 2016.
FUNEKA RETURNS TO ACTION AT 41
On the same card former WBF junior-welterweight and IBO welterweight champion Ali Funeka, 39-10-3; (31), who has lost his last five fights returns to action against seven-fight novice Uyanda Nogogo, 6-1; 3, in a scheduled eight round welterweight contest.
The tournament is presented by Xaba Promotions.