Takalani Ndlovu v Giovanni Caro fight Preview

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In what other sport does the title challenger lose his eliminator for the WBC super Bantamweight crown and in his very next fight gets an IBF world title crack at home in sunny Mexico?

It can only happen in Boxing and you’ve gotta love the sport!

Ndlovu 32-6(18kos) is a very average champion. When he won the title when they managed to persuade the faded champion Steve Molitor to come over to Johannesburg and hand over his crown via a unanimous decision.

As a result Ndlovu is a champion who I have been looking to get beat and the 1-7 chalked up about him is a ridiculously short price for a fight on the challenger’s home turf.

I’m not going to lie and pretend I know plenty about the challenger, but his record is ok and has lost to some very decent level opponents.  He also looks like he can be hurt but I doubt he will be hurt much by a fighter of Ndlovus calibre.

Therefore I am prepared to take a chance at 7-2 and hope Caro can make it through to the final bell on Sunday to win a contentious points decision.

Daily Sport recommended bet:

0.25 pts Caro to beat Ndlovu – 7/2 Paddy Power

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