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Adrian Curiel vs. Sivenathi Nontshinga – Streaming Details, Stats, Odds and Predictions

Adrian Curiel vs. Sivenathi Nontshinga

Adrain Curiel will be up against Sivenathi Nontshinga in an IBF Junior Flyweight Title on February 16, 2024, at Auditorium Guelaguetza in Oaxaca, Mexico. This matchup between these intriguing rivals is going to add another layer of fun this week. So, get ready to watch this electrifying event on Friday, and don’t miss out on snatching all match details, including the odds and predictions on our website.

Adrian Curiel Dominguez, a Mexican professional boxer, heads into the matchup after going through a total of 29 fights in his career. Adrian Curiel made his professional debut in 2016 over Daniel Romero Garica, where he won the battle through a unanimous decision. Adrian Curiel has a 17.2% knockout ratio, with 5 of his 24 wins, which is average. The veteran then has come up with many notable opponents throughout his boxing career, which has bought him a lot of reputation. Since the start of his career, Adrian Curiel has maintained about 21 wins in a row until 2022. Adrain Curiel’s first career win by technical knockout is impressive against Hector Garica Dolores. Adrain Curiel lost because Cristian Gonzalez Hernandez met in March 2021, where he saw the tangled loss. Adrain Curiel has won an impressive array of championships and records, such as the IBF World Light Flyweight title. This upcoming matchup with Adrain Curiel promises to add another impressive chapter to his history.

Sivenathi Nontshinga, a South African professional boxer, enters the matchup after going through a total of 13 fights in his career. Sivenathi Nonstshinga made his professional debut in 2017 at the age of 18, defeating Sandile Wessels. He was the former IBF light-flyweight world champion and held the belt from 2022–2023. He has previously held the IBF International light-flyweight title from 2019–2022, while he is also a former African light-flyweight champion. His father, Thembani Gopheni, is his trainer, along with his handler. He scored a first-round knockout over Adam Yahaya to win the IBF International light-flyweight title in Port Elizabeth. Sivenathi Nontshinga will need to avoid a unanimous attack by the opponent against Adrain Curiel, who boasts significantly more experience. Shore yourself up for an intoxicating showdown packed with gripping moments.



Adrain Curiel vs. Sivenathi Nontshinga: Event Details

Main Event: Adrain Curiel vs. Sivenathi Nontshinga

Date: February 16, 2024 (Friday)

Time: 08:00 PM ET | 01:00 AM UK

Venue: Auditorium Guelaguetza in Ooxaca, Mexico.

Where can I watch Adrain Curiel vs. Sivenathi Nontshinga?

Based on a subscription, the card will be available to stream live on DAZN worldwide (except in Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Chile, or Columbia regions).

Check on your region for the Saudi Pro League on DAZN.

Adrain Curiel vs. Sivenathi Nontshinga Fight Card

Adrien Curiel vs. Sivenathi Nontshinga (IBF Junior Flyweight title)

Mauricio Lara vs. Daniel Lugo (Junior Lightweights)

Arturo Cardenas vs. Ernesto Garcia (junior featherweights)

Sergio Chirino Sanchez vs. Dennis Contreras (junior featherweights)

Brayan Rivera vs. Daniel Zaragoza (junior featherweights)

Julio Porras vs. Aaron Rocha (super middleweights)

Criztez Bazaldua vs. Alejandro Castillo (lightweights)

Federico Pacheco Jr. vs. Jose Mario Tamez (heavyweights)

Adrein Curiel Stats and Odds

Nationality: Mexican

Age: 25

Height: 5’4’

Reach: N/A

Total Fights: 29

Record: 24-4-1 (5 knockouts)

Sivenathi Nontshinga Stats and Odds

Nationality: South African

Age: 25

Height: 5’5

Reach: 67”

Total Fights:13

Record: 12-1-0 (9 knockouts)


Adrein Curiel vs. Sivenathi Nontshinga 

This clash between the two hot rivals, Adrien Curiel and Sivenathi Nontshinga is going to be nothing less than excitement. Adrein Curiel has a nickname, El Gato. He is strongly withstanding the seven years of his boxing career. His division of light flyweight is 108 IBS/48,99 kg. He also has an IBF World Light Flyweight title. His knockout percentage is 20%, and while he is 104 inactive in this year’s tournament. He has an orthodox stance when a fighter’s left foot is in front of their right foot. The orthodox favors body shots, which can cause considerable damage to the liver, and he is strong in this field. He has advantages, including the current world championship and winning the first title after defeating the current world championship, more years of pros, many more professional fights, and no knockout loss. But Adrein Curiel has never been against notable opponents throughout his career, which might leave him facing challenges over the experienced veteran Sivenathi Nontshinga in this matchup.

Sivenathi Nontshinga, on the other hand, heads into this tussle after a knockout loss to Adrien Curiel in November 2023. This is the only loss of his career. So, he is eager to attack the ring. The veteran, therefore, is expected to give a huge kick back in this matchup. In this upcoming event, Sivenathi Nontshinga brings a wealth of experience, demonstrated skill, and adapted technical powers to the ring. As a seasoned veteran, he holds a distinct advantage over his opponent. He has two advantages former World Championships and Smashing Blow. He has a percentage of 75% knockouts. Sivenathi Nontshinga will surely emerge victorious, claiming a decision win as he demonstrates his superiority over Adrein Curiel in this matchup.

The Pick: Sivenathi Nontshinga via Technical Knockout.


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