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|Height||180 cm (5 ft 11 in)|
|Born||2 August 1978|
Witbank, South Africa
|Wins by KO||11|
Tshepo Mashego (born 2 August 1978, in Witbank) is a super welterweight South African boxer who turned pro in 1999.
|29||19-10||TKO||16 Apr 2010||retained South African super welterweight title|
|28||18-10||UD||5 Oct 2009||lost IBF Inter-Continental super welterweight title|
|27||18-9||UD||21 Aug 2009|
|26||17-9||SD||5 Jun 2009||won South African super welterweight title|
|25||16-9||TKO||30 Aug 2008||won vacant Gauteng Provincial Middleweight Title|
|24||15-9||KO||29 Feb 2008|
|23||15-8||UD||14 Sep 2007||lost vacant WBA Pan African middleweight title, PABA middleweight title|
|22||15-7||MD||25 Mar 2007||lost South African super welterweight title|
|21||15-6||TKO||17 Feb 2006|
|20||14-6||TKO||18 Jun 2005||lost African Boxing Union super welterweight title|
|19||14-5||UD||12 Nov 2004||lost South African super welterweight title|
|18||14-4||KO||6 Aug 2004||won vacant WBA Pan African super welterweight title|
|17||13-4||UD||6 Aug 2004||lost vacant World Boxing Foundation World middleweight title|
|16||13-3||UD||16 Apr 2004||retained South African super welterweight title|
|15||12-3||UD||14 Nov 2003||retained South African super welterweight title|
|14||11-3||KO||20 Jun 2003||won South African super welterweight title|
|13||10-3||UD||10 May 2003||lost IBF Youth middleweight title|
|12||10-2||PTS||6 Jul 2002|
|11||9-2||TKO||26 Apr 2002|
|10||8-2||TKO||14 Oct 2001||won vacant Mpumalanga Light Middleweight Title|
|9||7-2||UD||13 Apr 2001||lost vacant WBC Youth World middleweight title|
|8||7-1||KO||26 Nov 2000||lost South African welterweight title|
|7||7-0||PTS||25 Jun 2000|
|6||6-0||MD||2 Apr 2000|
|5||5-0||TKO||29 Nov 1999|
|4||4-0||TKO||3 Sep 1999|
|3||3-0||TKO||25 Jun 1999|
|2||2-0||TKO||22 May 1999|
|1||1-0||PTS||20 Apr 1999||Professional debut|
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