|Height||5 ft 5.5 in (1.66 m)|
October 25, 1965 |
Mdantsane, South Africa
|Wins by KO||21|
Known as "The Hawk", Ncita turned professional in 1984 and in 1990 captured the International Boxing Federation Super Bantamweight Title with a victory over Fabrice Benichou in a bout that took place in Tel Aviv. Ncita defended the title six times before losing it to Kennedy McKinney in 1992. He lost a rematch by decision to McKinney in 1994, a fight in which McKinney was knocked down in round five, but Ncita's left eye swelled shut midway through the bout. Ncita retired in 1998.
|IBF Super Bantamweight Champion
10 Mar 1990– 2 Dec 1992
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