Accra is expected to roar on Independence Day as professional and amateur boxers converge on the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra for some exciting thrillers.
The event Dubbed ‘Fist of Fury: Rumble on March 6’, crowd-puller and undefeated will make a return into the ring after five months absence against Patrick Sotoke in a 10-round West Africa Boxing Union (WABU) middleweight title encounter on the night.
Samir, 29 (16-0-0), who is the younger brother of the famous Bastie Samir, will be joined by upcoming undefeated super middleweight star, Delali Miledzi (8-0-0), who faces Burkinabe Jules Kabore for the WABU super middleweight title on the night.
The bill is a joint collaboration between Landmark Promotions and organisers of the Bukom Fist of Fury boxing series.
Organisers have mixed a fine blend of young and old boxers, hoping to give boxing fans a good treat at the Arena.
Such is the case with former Olympian-turned-professional, Musah Rahman Lawson, who will clash with Robert Brew in a six-round super welterweight bout.
Also, Raul Ajaho will face a yet-to-be-announced opponent in a six-round super bantamweight brawl.
On the amateur cards, Eric Quam meets Richman Ashley in an eight-round super featherweight fight, before veteran Malik Jabir, alias
Bukom Snake, clashes with Kamarudeen Boyefio in an eight-round super featherweight contest.
An interim national lightweight championship belt will be on the line as Nathaniel Nukpe comes face-to-face with Victor Kuwornu in a 12 rounder.
The night will be climaxed with an eight-round super bantamweight clash involving John Laryea and Issifu Salifu.