Ghana based Nigerian, Oluwaseum ‘Seunzy’ Wahab was the hero on Saturday putting up a dominant show to outbox and outclass Ghana’s Michael ‘One Bullet’ Ansah in a successful defence of his Ghana national super featherweight title in the headline of Azumah Nelson’s VIP Fight Night round two in Accra.
119-109, 117-112, 118-110 the scorecards of the three ringside judges said to underline Wahab’s unanimous victory after which he was decorated by the great Azumah Nelson himself on the bill put together by the legendary former world champion and Hemann Promotions.
“I feel great, I feel good that by the special grace of almighty Allah I’m still the undefeated champ. It wasn’t an easy fight at all, he’s a good fighter but with the help of almighty Allah, my trainer, hard work and dedication, I was able to defeat him,” an ecstatic Wahab told this writer after the fight.
“To have the great Azumah himself put the title on my waist was extra special, he has always been my inspiration and mentor in boxing. I’m looking to fight for the world title next, I am very hungry for success and I can’t wait for that moment, I am fully ready,” he added.
A co-main event of the boxing extravaganza at the plush Kempinski Gold Coast City Hotel was a Ghana welterweight championship won by Joseph ‘Horror’ Lamptey via a split points’ decision 116-112, 116-115, 114-116.
Other results were undefeated Patrick Ayi’s unanimous points win over Isaac Dowuona, 79-73, 77-74, 78-75 in a super featherweight clash, Robert Quaye was a 79-73, 77-74, 78-73 unanimous victor over Abraham Afful in a super lightweight contest whilst Felix Williams also won 80-72 on all three scorecards against Isaac Nettey. that no one knows tomorrow.