The manager of Baby Jet promotions in charge of boxing event, Abraham Kotey Neequaye, has declared his boxer Emmanuel Tagoe (Game boy) ready for the battle against Paulus Moses from Namibia on October 20, 2018 at the Bukom Boxing Arena.
According to Mr Neequaye, who doubles as the vice president of Ghana Boxing Association(GBA) says the former International Boxing Organisation (IBO) Lightweight championl Tagoe, was more prepared to take on the two-time (WBA) Lightweight Champion.
He indicated that he had stepped up his training and has had a positive attitude since he began preparing for the bout, which he is hoping will help him reclaim a world title.
Neequaye told the Graphic Sports: “Emmanuel Tagoe has been training hard for the day, he sees the day as the most important day in his career and ready to make every minute count for him. The fight will bring renaissance to Tagoe’s carrer and he is much prepared.”
The boxing night, dubbed “Asamoah Gyan Fight Night,” will see one main bout and six other boxing contests. The two boxers will vie for the World Boxing Association (WBA) Lightweight championship title.
Other supporting bouts on the bill include, the solid boxer, Ishmael Ayittey coming up against Ofei Dodoo in a 10-round contest in the National Lightweight division, with Michael Ansah popularly known as challenging Sherrif Quaye in another Lightweight battle.
Former Featherweight champion Malik Jabir mounts the ring against Robert Quaye in the Super Lightweight championship; whiles Aziz Quartey also faces Raphael King in a 10-round welterweight contest.