Although Vikapita Meroro has been beaten in his career, with a fight count of 33 fights and a 9 year long career he approaches the end of his career with a record of 28-5-0. He made his debut in October 2005 at the age of 23. The longest KO streak that Meroro has ever had is 4 throughout his 33 fights and his longest winning streak is 12 wins. This started on October 2005 and came to an end on November 2010.
Finally getting his feet wet in the pro ranks Meroro became the first to go the distance with Elijah Kwenaetsile over a 4 round win for Meroro. Meroro's rise in boxing continued with 17 fights against fighters such as Kenneth Masekwane, Chamunorwa Gonorenda and Farai Musiyiwa. He had a mixed start to his career but mostly successful so far.
Next was Emmanuel Gwala on May 27th, 2006 where Meroro took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. In 2006 Meroro fought his next opponent Emmanuel Gwala and defeated him via PTS. Meroro was the 2nd person to go the distance with Gwala. Meroro's win streak of 4 rose to 8 following 4 great wins, becoming the 3rd person to go the distance with Oupa Mahlangu, 3rd person to go the distance with Joao tchimbila Willy makeba and 4th person to go the distance with Oupa Mahlangu.
On August 21st, 2007, Meroro took on and was defeated by Stanyslav Kashtanov in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to 8-1-0. Meroro's technical boxing ability was put to the test as he got outpointed in the 10 round fight against the better man. Kashtanov gave Meroro his first professional loss of his 9 fight career to date. Meroro's winning streak went from 8 wins to 10 after he then defeated boxers including Sipho Mukhithi and Edward Nhundu.
Chamunorwa Gonorenda was the next fight for Meroro on March 20th, 2008 and also his next career win. Meroro fought Chamunorwa Gonorenda. Meroro was the first person to go the distance with this opponent resulting in a win for Meroro. 19 wins followed where Meroro went on to fight Douglas Otieno okola, Said Mbelwa and Alphonce Mchumiatumbo amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
On March 20th, 2015, Meroro was in action again with a win via TKO against Amour Mzungu taking his mostly successful record to 28-4-0. Becoming the 3rd fighter to stop Mzungu in his career, Meroro beat Mzungu via TKO in the 1st round of a 10 round fight.
Meroro's next defeat of his career came against Dmitry Kudryashov on May 22nd, 2015. Meroro never really got going in his latest fight vs Kudryashov. Kudryashov was the better man and became the first fighter to stop Meroro in a round 6 KO shutout.