When Thabiso Mchunu meets Eddie Chambers, 36-3, 18 KOs, in their nationally televised 10-round bout at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT, it will be the first time the South African banger competes professionally outside of Africa. It will also be his first appearance on U.S. television.
With an impressive resume and word-of-mouth reputation despite his absence from American airwaves, the fighter they call "The Rock" is surrounded by an intriguing air of mystery.
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Mchunu enters the ring against Chambers with a professional record of 12-1, with 9 KOs, as well as credentials that add some real danger to the mystery.
During his five year career, Mchunu has won three African titles. He gained the vacant South African cruiserweight title in just his fourth bout, with a 9th round stoppage of Patrick Madzinga. Two fights later, he grabbed the vacant WBA Pan African cruiserweight crown with a 32-second KO of Marciano Commey. In his most recent fight, Thabiso knocked o...