The founder of Bigzie Sports, Troy Robinson, has given an assurance of his commitment to reform kickboxing in the country.
In an interview, Mr Robinson said given the requisite attention and focus, kickboxing could be transformed to become formidable and competitive in Ghana and also produce athletes capable of competing favourably with their peers across the globe and win laurels for Ghana.
He said as part of reforming kickboxing, especially in the Greater Accra Region, a media interaction would be held at the Theodosia Okoh Hockey Stadium in Accra on July 4.
“Greater Accra kickboxing has been inactive for the last seven years but we are determined to reform it to become more functional and competitive,” Mr Robinson stated.
He said reforming the sport at the regional level would generate keen interest among the youth and also make it competitive to produce local champions in the various divisions.
“The reformation of the association will also see the introduction of a new constitution to govern the running of the association,” he added.