A good number of Kenyans are now urging the state to allow robbery convicts to come out from prisons and tackle Mandonga after Wanyonyi’s fiasco.
According to those who gave their views to Newsnetkenya, robbery convicts do not speak much during their operation and there effects are always felt on TV stations.
” This robbery suspects and convicts are at a good place to tackle this man, their action will be immediately felt after the fight,” one Kenyan said.
Another one said that when the state allows them to visit the ring for war with Mandonga, a good offer should be given in regards.
This comes after Tanzania’s boxer Karim Madonga, alias Mtu Kazi, decimated his Kenyan counterpart Daniel Wanyonyi in a super-middleweight bout held at KICC, Nairobi.
Mandonga lived up to his hype of the show after technically knocking out Wanyonyi in the fifth round of the show after Wanyonyi declined to get back to the ring for the next round handing Mandonga victory.
Speaking after the match, Mandonga defended his hype for the match saying it is key in making the game lively.
He said he will back to Kenya for another fight promising to floor the opponent again.
“Mdomo ni ya kupiga promo, nikiingia ulingo iko nafasi ya ngumi,” Mandonga said.
“Narudi tena Nairobi, Kenya hii Aprili ‘kumzika mtu’, raundi ya kwanza kaburi lake liko wapi? Muwekeni pale! Nitakuja na ngumi nyingine, sio Sugunyo tena.”
Wanyonyi runs a clothing business at Gikomba Market.
The Saturday fight was Mandonga’s first bout outside Tanzania.
In another match, Kenya’s boxer Rayton Okwiri floored Tanzania’s Shaban Ndaro in the middleweight fight.
Okwiri claimed a unanimous point decision to beat Tanzania’s Ndaro.