The three Masamba brothers Wilson, John and Limbani will not engage a trainer ahead of the 'Masamba's Triple Header Bill' scheduled for Motel Paradise next week and will instead be training each other.
On his return to boxing having completed six months military training, Wilson will face Tanzanian pugilist Farah Andengenye in an eight round non-title contest, Limbani, 21, the new welterweight champion, will date Marshal Ali while John Masamba will take on Isaac Sumaili in an eight round non-title contests.
"We feel we are experienced enough to handle the pressure," Wilson said on behalf of his brothers.
The local featherweight champion, said the trio was ready and will deliver when they fight at the same venue and on the same day for the first time.
"This is a rare occurrence and we will make the most of it," said the soldier. "On my part I also want to start with a win so that I should thank my bosses [Malawi Defence Force] for the support they have given to me," he said.
Promoters Namisonga Boxing Promotions said they were delighted with preparations so far.
The stable's manager Charles Nkhoma said they would do everything possible to set a new mark during the fight.
"We are handling the fight professionally. We will start the fights at 1pm and finish 5pm so that everyone should return home in good time," he said.
He said the stable decided to come up with the bill to recognize the contribution of the family in the sport.
"As Ayaya City Stable which is based in Chilomoni we thought it wise to appreciate the legacy of the Masamba family and in particular of the late Schoolboy Shasha Masamba. We feel the Masamba's are among the families that have contributed positively to the sport," Nkhoma said.
"This is just the beginning of our programmes. Later we will also involve another family with a similar background