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Mosese Kavika is not ready to hang his gloves despite going down to Petero Qica Junior in the Fiji heavyweight title bout on Saturday. Kavika who is 44 years old, is eyeing for a rematch against Qica. The Nadroga boxer said he still had enough in him
Commission of Fiji director Allen Harris says it is high time Petero Qica Junior looks for an overseas opponent to further his career. His comments come after Qica decked Mosese Kavika in the 11th round of the Fiji heavyweight title bout in Nadi.
Abdul Feroz is backing Fiji heavyweight champion Petero Qica to win by a knockout against Mosese Kavika tomorrow. Toe-To-Toe Promotion's boss Feroz said Qica was younger and faster than the experienced Kavika. "It will not be an easy fight for Qica.
The 42-year-old from Narata, Navosa will be challenging champion Petero Qica in a program by Wild West Promotions at Prince Charles Park on July 16th. Qica beat Kavika on points when the two clashed for the vacant Fiji heavyweight title in December
Qica Junior was reduced to tears as he was crowned Fiji's youngest heavyweight champion in Nadi on Saturday. The 22-year-old held off a stiff challenge from veteran Mosese Kavika to win the main bout on points during the Bank of Baroda/Koronamaya
Commissioner Mohammad Ali says tomorrow's program in Nadi by Wild West Promotions is one not to be missed. The Boxing Commission of Fiji (BCF) board member has called on the people of Sigatoka to come in numbers to back the town's title hopefuls
Mostafa Khattab says veteran Mosese Kavika has a strong chance of winning the vacant Fiji heavyweight title in Nadi on Saturday. Sigatoka businessman Khattab, who was Joseph Kwadjo's manager last year, expects Suva youngster Qica to be strong in the
Thursday, December 16, 2010 Like the biblical story of David and Goliath, the heavyweight title clash between young Petero Qica and Navosa slugger Mosese Kavika in Nadi this Saturday is expected to be a clincher. While age and experience differ, both
Title contender and former Fiji champion Mosese Kavika was in the Nadroga squad prior to announcing his return to the ring and played prop in the Digicel Cup clashes against neighbours Nadi and also Naitasiri. Nadroga Rugby Union treasurer and games
Kavika's manager Rajesh Prasad says it will be hard for young Petero Qica to knockout the Nadroga hero when the two clash for the vacant Fiji heavyweight title next week. Kavika and Qica will face off at Prince Charles Park in the main bout of the