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Flo Simba Boxing Record, Next Fight

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Flo Simba

Flo Simba

Flo Simba
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Fight Record (15 – 5 – 0 ) (13 KO’s)


bullet Flo Simba aka “The Demolition Man” is a professional boxer from South Africa, Gauteng, Alberton with a boxing record of 15 win(s) 5 loss and 0 draw(s). He won 13 fight(s) by way of knockout.
bullet Born on April 1, 1989 with the birth name Florante Simba.
bullet Fighting at Heavyweight division. He has an orthodox boxing style.
bullet He started fighting on year 2009 at age 20.
bullet His last fight was on June 23, 2019 against Mussa Ajibu who has 28-13-5 record that time The boxing fight happened at Time Square, Menlyn, Pretoria.

Flo Simba WON that match by Retirement.


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Flo Simba

Flo Simba, also known as Florante Simba, earned the nickname “The Demolition Man” as a formidable amateur boxer representing South Africa. Born on April 1, 1989, he hails from Gauteng, Alberton, and fights from an orthodox stance.

Simba’s boxing career spanned from 2009 to 2019, where he fought in the heavy division. Throughout his career, he amassed a respectable win-loss record of 15 wins, 5 losses, and 0 draws. Among his victories, an impressive 13 were achieved via knockout, showcasing his devastating power in the ring.

## Flo Simba

**Personal Information**

* Full Name: Florante Simba
* Nickname: The Demolition Man
* Gender: Male
* Birthdate: April 1, 1989 (age 30)
* Nationality: South African
* Hometown: Gauteng, Alberton

**Boxing Career**

Flo Simba is a retired amateur boxer who was active from 2009 to 2019. He fought in the heavyweight division and held an impressive win-loss record of 15-5-0, with 13 of his victories coming by knockout.

Simba was known for his orthodox stance and aggressive fighting style, earning him the nickname “The Demolition Man.” He fought several notable opponents throughout his career, including his final bout against Mussa Ajibu in June 2019, which he won by retirement in the Time Square, Menlyn, Pretoria.

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