Mzukisi Sikali

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Mzukisi Sikali
Real name Mzukisi Sikali
Nickname(s) Lacier
Rated at Junior flyweight
Super Flyweight
Nationality South Africa South African
Born (1971-07-30)30 July 1971
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Died 16 September 2005(2005-09-16) (aged 34)
Uitenhage, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Stance Southpaw
Boxing record
Total fights 38
Wins 29
Wins by KO 17
Losses 7
Draws 2
No contests 0

Mzukisi Sikali, (30 July 1971 – 16 September 2005), was a South African boxer who served as a world champion in three different weight categories: junior flyweight, flyweight, and super flyweight.


Sikali, who was regarded as one of South Africa's top boxers, was stabbed to death after he attempted to fight off a couple of muggers in Uitenhage, near Port Elizabeth. The muggers were arrested around an hour after the incident; and a mobile phone, which had been stolen from Sikali, was also recovered.

Pro career[edit]

The last contest that Sikali fought before his death was a unification bout against the Armenian fighter Vic Darchinyan, in which Sikali lost his IBO flyweight title after the fight was stopped in the eighth round. His professional record was twenty-nine wins (seventeen by KO), seven losses, and two draws.

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External links[edit]

Professional boxing record for Mzukisi Sikali from BoxRec