ADAMA Addy, trainer of former world champion, Emmanuel 'Gameboy' Tagoe, has promised that his boxer will defeat Namibia’s Paulus Moses, at the Bukom Boxing Arena on Saturday to avenge a defeat suffered by middleweight Obodai Sai at the hands of another Namibian, Walter Kautondokwa.
Addy told a gathering of the media, boxing fans and bout promoters on Tuesday that Tagoe would seek revenge on behalf of his compatriot Sai who was soundly beaten by Kautondokwa in June last year.
"We are ready for Moses; they are both former world champions but we have revenge on our minds", he stated yesterday at the Hill View Guest Centre at Teiman, near Oyarifa in the Greater Accra.
In the presence of the president of BabyJet Promotions, Asamoah Gyan; his vice, Baffour Gyan; and manager, Abraham Kotey Neequaye, Tagoe promised to demolish Mosesto win the title.
"I am ready for him. I have been waiting for this fight since time immemorial and now I will beat him fair and square," Tagoe said.
The Ghanaian said he had strong faith in his abilities and would win the world title again.