The Diamond Jubilee Hall in Dar Es Salaam was jumping, as home-town man Mfaume Mfaume took on Egypt´s Abdumonem Said for the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) All Africa Super Welterweight title on Friday, July 1.
Singing and dancing spectators saw the local man in complete control from the first bell, as he hurt the visitor with a good body-shot in round one.
Mfaume followed up in the second, hurting Said to the body again before sending him down with a flurry to the head for the finish. Time of stoppage: 2:35 of round two.
The victory took Mfaume´s professional record to 17-8-2 (9), while Said, the reigning Egyptian national champion, falls to 22-3-1 (11).
The fight, promoted by Tyson Mkindi and GROBOX Sports Promotion, was televised live in Tanzania by Azam Sports 1.