WALTER ”The Executioner” Kautondokwa promised fans that his recently loss against American boxer Demetrius Andrade will not derail his boxing career as he looks to bounce back from the loss and go on to win world championships in the near future.
Kautondokwa who arrived Wednesday from America lost to Andrade via unanimous decision for the World Boxing Organisation Middleweight title.
At a press conference held upon the boxer’s arrival, boxing promoter Nestor Tobias of MTC Nestor Tobias Sunshine Academy said Kautondokwa’s loss should not define the academy as it has produced three great boxing world champions.
He said Kautondokwa went into the match with a 16 fight KO record and for that should be considered as one of the best in his division despite the loss
“Our camp has produced three world champions even when we had limited resources. As for Saturday, it was just not his (Kautondokwa) day, but he needs to keep on working hard because to be the best you will need to beat the best,” he said.
Nestor added that for now Kautondokwa will relax and cool down before he comes back to the gym to train for any upcoming fight.
“Walter will definitely become a world champion and you can only learn when you fight the best. He battled for 12 rounds and tried his best. So for us, it is back to the gym to work on what we did not do right and to come back better prepared for our next fight,” Tobias said.