Boxing legend Nick Durandt laid to rest

The 53-year-old legendary boxing promoter and trainer, Nick Durandt, will be laid to rest on Friday.

Durandt died on 21 April in a motorcycle crash near Clarens, in the Free State.

He produced over 95 South Africans in all 17 weight division, over 30 world champions and 27 international champions.

Also read: 'Nick Durandt was larger than boxing'

Durandt's boxer, Mikkie Shultz, says he will "remember Nick as loyal true brother to me".

Nick was a leader, when he got his gym it was giving all or nothing.

Mikkie Shultz

If you don't know Nick he could come across as an arrogant person, he was confident.

Mikkie Shultz

Listen to the full interview below...


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