KARACHI More known for its footballing power, the African nation of Cameroon is expected to emerge as giant killers in heavier weights of the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto International Boxing Tournament which will be played here January 1 to 9 at Benazir Bhutto sports KPT complex. Known as African Lions, Cameroon have announced a six man squad for the tournament in which fifteen countries have already entered the teams by name. The four Cameroon boxers named for the tournament are Nayolo Nyebe (54kg), Bomba Nnanga (60kg), Mulema Joseph (69kg) and Mendua Balse in super heavy weight category 91+kg. The team will be accompanied by two officials, according to information released here Wednesday by the Pakistan Boxing Federation. The East Asian nation of Vietnam has also announced its team for the competition in which as many as 26 countries are expected to participate. Vietnam, who won the support of the world for its successful struggle against American imperialism in the seventies, has named three boxers all in lighter weights for the event. They are Vo Xuan Thanh (51kg), Nguyen Van hai (54kg), Truong Dinh Hoang (57kg). Vu Duc Thinh will be Team Manager and Le Anh Tuan team coach. The team will be traveling fresh from the East Asian games which was held there recently. The East Asian countries are known for raising tough boxers in lighter weights and the Viets may spring surprised in their weight categories. It is the Sri Lankan team that would be eagerly awaited for its arrival. After the traumatic events of March this year in Lahore where the Sri Lankan team was attacked by terrorists, the Pakistani nation wanted to receive any sports contingent from the Island nation with open arms to show their solidarity with the Lankan sportsmen and to prove how much Pakistanis regret the incident. The Sri Lankan team will comprise Sandun (48kg), Tharindu Dhakshilath (51kg), Damith Wijerathne (54kg). Tilkarathna Sumanapala will be the team manager, Thalarambe Harsha Kumara, coach and Lakshman Rathnasyriya (referee/judge). Uzbekistan will send a six member squad for Pakistan visit which includes three boxers and three officials. The boxers are: Mahmudove Alisher (48kg), Nazarov Olimjon (51kg), Khujabekov Shokhrukh (57kg).The officials are: Makhmudov Olimjon (ASBC ITO), Tursunov Hamid (referee/judge) and Usmanov Khabibulla (coach). The Pakistan Boxing Federation has received up-to-date entries by name from Afghanistan, China, Hungry, Iraq, Kenya, Mongolia, Nepal, Thailand, UAE, Myanmar, Chinese Taipei, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan, Central Africa, Vietnam and Cameroon and host Pakistan also has been announced two teams named Pakistan Greens and Pakistan Whites. In the meantime, the officials of the Pakistan Boxing Federation are working round the clock to make suitable arrangements to receive the teams when they start arriving here December 30 and arrange their training session. The visiting boxers and officials will be accommodated in two separate hotels. Hectic work is also in progress at the Benazir Bhutto KPT sports complex to install the boxing ring and make arrangements for officials, media and fans. The PBF has also decided to install two big screens at the KPT football ground located just few yards away from the complex where the fights would be shown live. The fans, in large number, would be accommodated at the football ground where they could conveniently watch the fights.