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February 2022 Male Ratings

 RATINGS ANALYSIS – FEBRUARY 2022 

Welterweight: 

Lindokuhle Dlamini enters at no 6 after winning the KZN title 

Flint Mdletshe drops to no 7 after his loss to Lybon Ntshani 

Junior welterweight: 

Gift Bholo enters at no 8 after a win over the previously undefeated Denis Mwale 

Chumani Thuzi drops to no 9 as he has been inactive for more than 2 years 

Lightweight: 

Talent Baloyi enters at no 4 after drawing against Khaya Busakwe for the Gauteng title 

Junior lightweight: 

Sibusiso Zingange won the SA title from Phila Mpontshane 

Mpontshane drops to no 3 after losing to Zingange 

Featherweight: 

Abdul Aziz Kunert drops to no 5 after losing to Sithembiso Maduna 

Junior featherweight: 

Bongani Mahlangu drops to no 7 after losing the ABU title in Tanzania 

Bantamweight: 

Lusizo Manzana and Mawande Matroos swap places after Manzana’s win 

Junior bantamweight: 

Siyabonga Mpangela enters at no 6 with a record of 6 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses 

Flyweight: 

Sinethemba Kotana moves to no 2 as both Luyanda Ntwanambi and Mpho Seforo have recent losses 

Phumelele Cafu drops to no 8 as he has been inactive for more than 2 years 

Junior flyweight: 

Siphamandla Baleni has relinquished the SA junior flyweight title. 

Sikho Moshani enters at no 5 with a record of 7 fights, 5 wins, 2 losses 

Mini flyweight: 

Siphamandla Baleni enters at no 3 after moving from junior flyweight 

Thembelani Okolo remains no 1 until advised otherwise by BSA 

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