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Salehe Mkalekwa Boxing Record, Next Fight

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Salehe Mkalekwa

Salehe Mkalekwa

Salehe Mkalekwa
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Fight Record (14 – 8 – 0 ) (4 KO’s)


bullet Salehe Mkalekwa is a professional boxer from Tanzania, Dar-Es-Salaam with a boxing record of 14 win(s) 8 loss and 0 draw(s). He won 4 matches(s) by way of knockout.
bullet Born on November 16, 1991 with the birth name Salehe Omari Mkalekwa.
bullet He stands 5′ 8½″ or 174cm tall. Fighting at Super Welterweight division. He has a 71″ or 180cm reach advantage. He has an orthodox fighting style.
bullet He started fighting on year 2008. He was 17 years old that time.
bullet His last fight was November 1, 2019 against Tewa Kiram who has 42-1-0 record back then. The boxing fight took place at Central Plaza, Khon Kaen.

Salehe Mkalekwa LOST the bout by Unanimous Decision.


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## Salehe Omari Mkalekwa

Salehe Omari Mkalekwa, born on November 16, 1991, is a retired Tanzanian amateur boxer. Standing at 5′ 8½” with a 71″ reach, he competed as an orthodox-style fighter from 2008 to 2019.

Mkalekwa’s boxing career boasts a record of 14 wins and 8 losses, with an impressive 4 knockouts. He last faced Tewa Kiram on November 1, 2019, at the Central Plaza in Khon Kaen, Thailand. Unfortunately, he lost that bout via unanimous decision, marking the end of his professional boxing journey.

Throughout his career, Mkalekwa represented Tanzania and competed in the super welterweight division. His unwavering determination and skills made him a formidable opponent in the ring, leaving a legacy as a dedicated sportsman within the boxing community.

Salehe Mkalekwa

Salehe Omari Mkalekwa is a former amateur boxer born on November 16, 1991, in Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania. With an Orthodox stance, Mkalekwa was active from 2008 to 2019 and competed in the super welterweight division. Throughout his career, he fought in 22 professional bouts, earning 14 victories and 8 losses, with 4 of his wins coming by way of knockout.

After a successful amateur career, Mkalekwa turned professional in 2008. He quickly rose through the ranks, facing tough opponents and amassing an impressive record. However, his career hit a turning point on November 1, 2019, when he faced Tewa Kiram for the World Boxing Association Asia Super Welter Title at the Central Plaza in Khon Kaen, Thailand. Mkalekwa ultimately lost the bout via unanimous decision (UD), marking his last professional fight.

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