Big Zulu vs King Monada: Al Ahly Coach Pitso Mosimane Offers Trophy to the Winner

Big Zulu vs King Monada: Al Ahly Coach Pitso Mosimane Offers Trophy to the Winner

- Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has also shown immense interest in the upcoming boxing match between musicians Big Zulu and King Monada

- Mosimane has asked on social media whether if the match involving Zulu vs Monada will be aired on television

- The former Mamelodi Sundowns boss has also offered to hand out one of his trophies to the winner between the opponents

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Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane is also interested in the proposed boxing match between Big Zulu and King Monada as he shared in a tweet. The Red Devils manager says he is willing to donate one trophy from his cabinet to the winner.

Mosimane took to Twitter to indicate his thoughts on the fight pitting the two Mzansi musicians. Although it’s not clear if he has ever personally met them, ‘Jingles’ seems to have an insight into the musicians’ characters.

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He said Big Zulu is stubborn, whereas the Limpopo-based muso might be tempted to employ veteran boxer, Floyd Mayweather’s tactics.

Looking at the reactions from the recent CAF Super Cup winner with the Egyptian Premier League club, many are laughing at the post but some have even asked Mosimane to coach Monada.

Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has offered a trophy to the Big Zulu and King Monada fight. Image: @AlAhlyEnglish/Twitter
Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has offered a trophy to the Big Zulu and King Monada fight. Image: @AlAhlyEnglish/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The post reads:

“Is it a Thrilla in Manila or Rumble in the Jungle? Which TV channel is it going to be flighted on (it deserves a pay per view)? U@BigZulu_ZN unenkani! @KingMonada apply Floyd Mayweather tactic. I donate one trophy from my cabinet to the winner.”

Mzansi took to the comments section

@MondliBrianZum said:

“Shala lendoda wena Big Zulu Sithole isicoco.”

@Vince_Rapheps said:

“Ahh coach. I think @BigZulu_ZN is going to idibala after 1st round. Please bring Nile River water in one of the Cups you donate. Some club in Soweto needs some traditional cleaning.”

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@BroRhee said:

“My money is on @KingMonada.”

@SNtshodisane said:

“You want the fight to be this weekend? I feel you bro, didn't know you're the fan... I'll keep you posted about streaming links for the fight.”

@KhanyisileNdza said:

“No no, listen here gents, it’s not about the size of the dog in the fight neh... It’s the size of the fight in the dog.”

@EC_Mz01 said:

“King Monada 'The Mosquito'.”

@Kabelo_Pitori said:

“Hahaha my coach, Monada is featherweight. One punch from Big Zulu then he is out. Straight to Bara."

@SNMokoena said:

“Mara Pitso, how do you still encourage @KingMonada to fight after he posted videos of lower grade boxing practice sessions?”

South Africans laughing at Monada

In other stories, Briefly News recently reported that South Africans are laughing at King Monada’s video clip circulating on social media. The Limpopo-based DJ is seen carrying out boxing training exercises, seemingly preparing for his fight against KwaZulu-Natal's music artist, Big Zulu.

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As reported by Briefly News, the two musicians are set to engage in a battle in the boxing ring but the details of when and where the fight will be staged are still sketchy.

Looking at the comments on Twitter as posted by @KulaniCool, many users have nothing to say but just laugh at the Ska Bhora Moreki singer, who is seen desperately trying to flex his muscles.

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