Lightweight boxer, Sheriff Quaye, and his long time manager, Patrick Okine, have renewed their managerial contract for the next three years.
Though details of the contract are scanty, the Daily Graphic learnt that the deal was expected to secure the hard-hitting Bukom boxer, a world title during the period.
At a ceremony yesterday in the presence of Mr Okine, , and trainer, Ebenezer Adjei Sheriff, Quaye put pen to paper to seal the contract.
Mr Okine, after signing his part of the contract, vowed to make Quaye a world champion in all weight divisions under his purview.
Mr Okine also promised to guide him to become one of the successful fighters to have lived in the country.
“Sheriff is a world title hopeful and I know his talent and potential. He can be a world champion and I will make sure that a reality for all to witness,” he assured.
Quaye also vowed to repay his manager with a world title within the shortest possible time.
“I know what Mr Okine has done for me and I won’t let him down. I will win a world title for him,” he noted.
Quaye, 20, has a fight record of 18 fights, comprising 16 wins, a loss and a draw.