Blast from the past: Classy Kallis posts century as Proteas cruise to win
Today in SA sports history: June 29
1974 — Future world champion Peter “Terror” Mathebula suffers the first stoppage defeat of his career in his eighth bout as a professional. He lost on a fourth-round technical knockout to Joe Ngidi junior, but would go on to avenge the loss in style nearly two years later. By the time Mathebula, SA’s first black world champion, retired, he had been stopped in five of his nine career defeats.
1996 — Mbulelo Botile makes the fourth defence of his IBF bantamweight title by stopping Filipino Marlon Arlos in the ninth round in Fort Hare, Eastern Cape...
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