Bazooka Promotions Presents ‘Winner Takes All’ on Friday at Bukom Boxing Arena

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Bazooka Boxing Promotions will stage the last bill to climax an exciting year for local boxing at the Bukom Boxing Arena on Friday, December 30.

Ten bouts have been lined-up for the night that is expected to be full of action.

A new signee of the Bazooka Management, Issah Inusah will take on Kwesi Tutu in a Light Heavyweight contest over 8 rounds.

Jacob Tetteh Laryea will face Agyeman Boateng Prempeh in a Middleweight showdown.

Isaac Quaye will test the punches of former WBO Africa Champion Isaac Sackey in a Bantamweight contest.

Elvis Mensah will be in ring against Daniel Quaye for a Super Lightweight encounter, while Philip Nguah meets Francis Adjei in another Super Lightweight contest.

Ebenezer Sowah will clash with Fosu Thompson in a Welterweight contest as Delali Miledzi faces Kofi Manu in a Super Middleweight fray.

Abigail Quartey will take on Pearl Adjetey in a female Bantamweight contest, with Issah Awal squaring it up against Daniel Kotey in a Lightweight contest, while Abdul Malik Adjei faces Emmanuel Okine in a Bantamweight showdown.

The promotion has been sanctioned and approved by the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA).

The GBA President, Abraham Kotei Neequaye was at the weighing in and advised all the boxers on the bill to put up their best performances.

He ordered those who could not make the weight to manage their weights as part of the qualities of a good boxer.

The bill is sponsored by Dibella Entertainment, Special Ice and TT Brothers.

Meanwhile, Samuel Takyi’s manager, Clement Quartey, says his ward will return to the ring in February following his current medical condition which could not permit him to show up against Victor Kuwornu.

Coach Carl Lokko of the Bronx Boxing Gym who is the trainer of Kuwornu said its very unfortunate that the much awaited fight has been rescheduled due to the health of a boxer.

He called on the GBA to be very particular about the health of boxers, suggesting that everyone involved has a medical record and report.

“We have to be serious with the health conditions of our boxers and coaches, there are diseases that can be attracted by boxers, so they must be periodically checked” he said. 

By Sammy Heywood Okine

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