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RIP to our Boxing legend from Mdantsane, Eastern Cape. Check here the cause of his death

BOXING ICON HANGS HIS GLOVES 


BOXING legend Mzimasi "Bra Mzi" Mnguni has kicked the bucket. 


The 73-year-old kicked the bucket on Saturday after a long disease. 


Bra Mzi prepared numerous fighters at Eyethu Boxing Gym in Mdantsane, Eastern Cape. 

Source: BOXING ICON HANGS HIS GLOVES (dailysun.co.za)

The main fighter to ask Bra Mzi for help was Mveleli "Sugar Ray" Luzipho, who at the time was a South African Junior Flyweight champion. 


Previous fighter and long-lasting companion, Vuyani Bungu, adulated him for his capacity to deal with an emergency and settle on best decisions in predicaments. 

He said Bra Mzi had a wide information on confining strategy and delivered champions Mzansi and universally. 


"He been able to comfort individuals and establish a climate for fighters to communicate their ability," said Vuyani. 


"Bra Mzi resembled a dad to me. However much we realized he was wiped out, hearing information on his passing was dismal." 


Bra Mzi's sibling Sihle told the People's Paper his sibling was a column in their family. 


"Different families relied upon him since he was a finance manager," said Sihle. 


"Now and again he assisted with paying charges. Our hearts are broken. It's the family that lost him, yet the world too." 


Wild ox City Mayor Xola Pakati portrayed Bra Mzi as an incredible monster who was known around the planet for creating title holders. 


"His labor of love has propelled numerous different ages of fighters in South Africa," said the city hall leader. 


He said Bra Mzi's life was a declaration of sacrificial penance and local area advancement through games. 


"He took numerous youngsters off the roads and made them boxing legends," Pakati disclosed to Daily Sun. 


"His work likewise motivated ages of youthful warriors." 


Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane said Bra Mzi contributed his time, energy and insight in boxing. 


Bra Mzi will be covered in his home town, Dikeni, on Sunday. 

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