Freddy Kiwitt fired up for ‘Riiddy’ Brown test next

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UK based boxer, Freddy Kiwitt (11-0, 6 KOs) has teamed up again with Ghanaian trainer, Carl Lokko for his next fight on November 12 against also undefeated Akeem Ennis Brown (6-0, 1 KO) in a final English Super Lightweight eliminator on November 12 at York Hall, Bethnal Green, London.

The Liberian born Kiwitt goes into his 5th straight fight under the stewardship of the vastly experienced Lokko and the 26 year old says he is enjoying every bit of work with the man who also trains recent IBF Lightweight title challenger, Richie Commey as well as another rising Ghanaian star, Duke Micah – who fights for the Commonwealth Bantamweight championship on same November 12 night, same venue, same Goodwin Promotions bill.

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Duke Micah vows to beat Chanda to Commonwealth title

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Ghana’s WBO Africa Bantamweight champion, Duke Micah remains focused on the job at hand when he faces UK based Zambian, Matthew Chanda for the vacant Commonwealth Bantamweight title in London on November 12 as he pursues the ultimate world title dream.

Undefeated Micah (18-0, 17 KOs) is currently rated number 11 in the world to the WBO Bantamweight belt held by Marlon Tapales of the Philippines and the Ghanaian is keen to claim the Commonwealth title to push up his credentials.

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Isaac Dogboe calls out WBO champ Oscar Valdez

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Young Ghanaian boxer, Isaac ‘Royal Storm’ Dogboe has declared a readiness to battle Oscar Valdez for the WBO featherweight world championship currently held by the Mexican and will put his case across when he travels with his father/trainer, Paul Dogboe to this year’s WBO Convention in Puerto Rico.

Undefeated Dogboe (15-0, 9 KOs) is attending the October 17 to 21 event as the WBO Africa as well the WBO Asia Pacific featherweight champ and also occupying his highest ranking at number 9 in the world ratings to the title held by the also undefeated Valdez (20-0, 15 KOs).

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Osei Bonsu fired up for US date against Colombia’s Perez

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Ghana’s Abraham Osei Bonsu has sworn to overcome all the challenges thrown at him by Jonathan Perez of Colombia and return home with the WPBF Intercontinental Super Featherweight championship when the two fight for the vacant belt in the USA on November 17.

Osei Bonsu (10-1-1, 9 KOs) who is coming off a failed bid for the WBO Africa Super Featherweight title when he suffered his first career defeat to Aphiwe Mbobiya in South Africa last December, says the experience garnered by fighting outside Ghana for the first time will come in handy when he faces 29 year old Perez (35-15, 28 KOs) at the Lakeland Event Centre, Florida.

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Gh Bosslink Promotions bringing British boxer to fight in Ghana

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Fresh from bringing down Korean boxers to train and fight professionally in Ghana, Gh Bosslink Promotions CEO, Collins-Bio Donkor has now also struck a deal for British boxer, Adam Taylor to come and hone his skills in the famous West African country.

Boxing247.com can exclusively report that Taylor, a super middleweight who has as a semi-pro fought all over the world but never in Africa and who now has a professional record of 2-1 and dreaming of a world title triumph, will arrive in Accra next month to train for some few days before making his Africa debut on the undercard of highly rated WBO Africa featherweight champion, Isaac Dogboe’s unification fight against Filipino, Tabanao in the Ghanaian capital on August 26.

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Korean boxer Lee Kyu Suk makes waves in Ghana

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Lee Kyu Suk claimed a second straight first round win in only his second professional fight after stopping Ghana’s James Lamptey in a Welterweight contest on the undercard of Isaac Dogboe-Edward Kakembo WBO Africa championship in Accra on Saturday night.

Lee who arrived in the West African country two months ago on a 6-month training tour to hone his boxing skills, launched his professional career with a round one victory over another Ghanaian, Francis Gakpetor back in April and the Korean was at it again on Saturday night at the Accra Sports Stadium in front of dignitaries including former Ghana president, Jerry Rawlings and former boxing world champion and Hall of Famer, Azumah Nelson.

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Azumah Nelson’s VIP Fight Night throws down in Accra tonight

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All is set for the first Azumah Nelson inspired VIP Fight Night Saturday night at the Ballroom of the five-star Kempinski Gold Coast City Hotel in the Ghana capital, Accra following successful weigh-in by the fighters on the bill.

Nelson, the former 3-time world champion and Hall of Famer has personally selected the boxers for the black-tie event being staged by Hemann Promotions in association with Azumah Nelson Boxing and sanctioned by the Ghana Boxing Authority.

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Benin’s Victor Kpadenou vows to throw down Fitch

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Victor Kpadenou has a tough job on his hands when he steps into the ring next week against American, Morgan ‘Big Chief’ Fitch in a Light heavyweight contest at the Meadow Racetrack and Casino in Washington, USA.

Kpadenou (10-10, 5 KOs), the former IBU super welterweight champion of the world is still looking for his first victory in the United States having lost his two opening fights in the ‘Mecca of boxing’ since arriving late last year.

He lost on unanimous points to both Earl Newman on December 29, 2015 and Godson Noel on January 22 this year but the man from Benin in West Africa is confident he will make this opportunity count against the undefeated Fitch (16-0-1, 7 KOs) on June 18.

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