Masibulele Makepula

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== Amateur Accomplishments==
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Gold Medalist at the 1995 African Championships in Harare as a light flyweight.
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== Amateur Achievements==
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*Gold Medalist at the 1995 African Championships in Harare as a Light Flyweight.
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*Represented South Africa at the 1996 [[Olympics]] in Atlanta, Georgia as a Light Flyweight. His results were:
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*Defeated [[Debind Thapa]] (Nepal) TKO 1
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*Lost to [[Rafael Lozano]] (Spain) points
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== Minor Titles ==
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*[[WBU]] light flyweight champion
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*[[IBO]] flyweight champion
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*[[WBC]] International super flyweight Champion
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{{start box}}
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{{Succession box|
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before=[[Michael Carbajal]]<br>Retired|
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title=[[WBO Light Flyweight Champion]]|
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after=[[Nelson Dieppa]]|
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years=2000 Feb 19 &ndash; 2000 Jul<br>'''Stripped'''
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}}
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{{end box}}
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Makepula, Masibulele}}
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[[Category:1996 Olympians]]
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[[Category:South African Olympians]]
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[[Category:World Light Flyweight Champions]]
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[[Category:South African World Champions]]

Latest revision as of 16:50, 4 April 2008

Masibulele Makepula

Name: Masibulele Makepula
Alias: Hawk
Born: 1973-03-03
Birthplace: Duncan Village, East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Nationality: South African
Hometown: East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 0″   /   152cm
Reach: 68″   /   173cm
Boxing Record: click


[edit] Amateur Achievements

  • Gold Medalist at the 1995 African Championships in Harare as a Light Flyweight.
  • Represented South Africa at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia as a Light Flyweight. His results were:
  • Defeated Debind Thapa (Nepal) TKO 1
  • Lost to Rafael Lozano (Spain) points

[edit] Minor Titles

  • WBU light flyweight champion
  • IBO flyweight champion
  • WBC International super flyweight Champion


Preceded by:
Michael Carbajal
Retired
WBO Light Flyweight Champion
2000 Feb 19 – 2000 Jul
Stripped
Succeeded by:
Nelson Dieppa


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