ACE Power Promotions, a boxing syndicate, has signed national middleweight champion Daniel Aduku to a three-year management and promotional deal.
Aduku, who has 11 victories with two losses and a draw in 14 fights, is expected to fight on the upcoming ACE Power Promotions’ April 11 bill dubbed at White Dove, Dzodze in the Volta Region.
Addressing the media at the signing, Isaac Amankwaah, Director of Operations at ACE Power Promotions, noted that his outfit decided to add Aduku to the growing list of talented boxers under their stable with the aim of producing more world champions for the country in the near future.
Mr Amankwaah explained that they were ready to provide their new signee with the needed training to ensure he gets to the top of his craft as well as win world titles.
"It is with great delight that we welcome Daniel Aduku to ACE Power Promotions. We have noticed his huge talent and how he works hard and we believe he can be groomed to bring honour to Ghana in the near future.
"We will ensure his training is on par with elite athletes in his division. We will make sure that his is getting the proper nutrition and also ensure he has the appropriate equipment for him to ply his trade,” he said.
"We will give him the needed exposure to fight world class boxers so that he is challenged and ready for the future. Our ultimate goal is for him to be based outside Ghana to enhance his abilities while training with other renowned boxers in his weight class,” Mr Amankwaah added.
In his response, a joyous Aduku said he was ready to do his best in order to win titles at the highest level of the sport.
He reiterated his desire to reach greater heights by challenging great fighters in the division having had the best of training regimen under his new managers.
"I want to win titles and I’m excited to sign and work with a big promotional company like this. I am looking forward to working with ACE Power Promotions to bring world titles to the country.
"I feel it will position me well to be able to take on bigger fights because even before I appended my signature, my equipment for training and my training regime has changed and this is what I have been dreaming of,” Aduku said.