Alan Toweel Boxing Gym

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ACHIEVEMENTS

On 25 September 2022 Jeffrey Magagane won the SA Featherweight Title on a  unanimous decision.

Bangile Nyangani wins the South African Mini Flyweight Title on 10 July 2021.

On 15 March 2020 Tshifhiwa Munyai wins the SA Lightweight Title.

On 26 November 2019 Sikho Nqothole won the IBO Africa Junior Bantamweight Title and Bangile Nyangani won the WBA Pan African Mini Flyweight Title.

On 14 July 2019, Bangile Nyangani won the ABU Mini Flyweight SADC Title

For the 2018 South African Boxing Awards, Alan Toweel was a nominee for the category “Trainer of the Year

On 10 February 2019 Jeffrey Magagane won the WBA Pan African Featherweight Title.

On 2 September 2018 Akani Phuzi won the WBA Pan African Cruiserweight Title.

On 26 June 2018, Sikho Nqothole won the WBA Pan African Junior Bantamweight Title.

In December 2012 I trained Zolani Marali to win the WBF world boxing title against Ali Funeke. Zolani had defended his title twice before he retired in October2015. I received the WBF(World Boxing Federation) Trainer award at the end of 2012.

In March 2013 I trained Isaac Chilemba for the WBC Silver Belt light heavyweight title against Tony Bellew from Liverpool. The fight ended in a draw.

I have assisted Paul Kamanga as a cutman when he won the WBA Pan African title and with his subsequent fights thereafter.

In 2017 the Alan Toweel gym produced a WBA Pan African Champion and an African Boxing Union Champion( ABU-SADC) with Rofhiwa Maemu winning both and successfully defending the WBA Pan African title.

 

Trainer Of The Year
Alan Toweel (South Africa)

Previous Winners:
2011: Dirk Dzemski (Germany)

His masterpiece came late in 2012, only in early December to be precise, but when it came it was enough to earn Alan Toweel the WBF’s Trainer of the Year award. The South African coach, of the famous Toweel fighting family, operates his own gym in Johannesburg and has produced many champions and top class fighters in his career.

Among them is a certain Zolani Marali, who had lost three of his last four, with the last setback being a hotly disputed split decision defeat to countryman Ali Funeka in a cracker for the vacant WBF world lightwelterweight title in 2011.

When the rematch happened 13 months later, the 35-year-old southpaw Marali, dubbed “Untouchable”, followed Toweel’s gameplan to perfection. Toweel’s expert coaching was a major factor in Marali, 22-5 (13), gaining revenge and with it the WBF world crown by unanimous decision – as well as his trainer this award.