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Tokyo 2020 for Mahommed

Pugilist eyeing an unforgettable Olympic debut


Local pugilist Rajab Otukile Mahommed, 24, says he is excited to have qualified for the upcoming Olympics which will be held this July in Tokyo, Japan.

Due to current challenges of international travel and related restrictions, the World Boxing body decided to cancel the Olympic qualifiers events which were slated to take place in the coming months.

They introduced a newly restructured qualification pathway which means boxers will then qualify based on their rankings.

In an interview with Voice Sport this week, Mahommed said he cannot wait for the showdown after qualifying through ran...

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