GOtv Boxing Night 11: Boxers Talk Tough


Ahead of the GOtv Boxing Night 11, holding on March 26, boxers billed to fight at the event have been trading boast.
The event, holding at the Liberty Stadium, Ibadan, will feature seven bouts, including two international bouts.

The event promises to be explosive as each boxer vies not just for glory, but a N2million cash prize and the Mojisola Ogunsanya Memorial Trophy for the best boxer on the night.

Ghana’s Anma Dotse is seeking to end the reign of West African lightweight king, Oto “Joe Boy” Joseph in the West African Boxing Union lightweight title fight.

Dotse has vowed to avenge the loss of Ghanaian boxers to their Nigerian counterparts in recent times.        “Ghana remains the powerhouse of boxing in Africa. Joe Boy has had his fill of glory. I am coming to clip his wings,” Dotse bragged.

Responding, Joe Boy described his opponent as mere attention seeker. “Africa is my territory. I will only use him to prepare for tougher challenges on the global stage. He is a mere distraction and will make him pay for it in the ring.’’ replied Joe Boy.

Another major encounter on the night is a light welterweight challenge duel between an Ibadan-indigene, Olaide “Fijaborn” Fijabi, and Togolese Sunday Yao.

Fijabi has promised to make light the work of his opponent. “Two boxers have declined to fight me because they know the consequences. Yao will fall," he said.

Similarly scheduled to fight is the explosive Ibadan-based boxer, Akeem “Dodo” Sadiku, who will swap punches with Kazeem “KC Confidence” Saka in a light middleweight duel. Sadiq “Happy Boy” Adeleke, fellow Ibadan-based boxer, will take on Taiwo “Twin Warrior” Kareem.

The light heavyweight will have Adewale “Masevex” Masebinu fighting Kabiru “KB Godson” Towolawi in a challenge duel. Wahab “Hammer” Adebisi, who lost the national light middleweight title to Sule “Tyson” Olagbade, will take on Tyson in a rematch to seek his pound of flesh, while promising youngster,  Rilwan “Baby Face” Babatunde, will square up to Waliu “Oganla” Arogundade in a light welterweight challenge contest.

The event, sponsored by GOtv, with the support of the Federal Inland Revenue Service, MultiChoice, Brila FM, KSquare Security, Paragonis Multimedia Limited, Bond FM, Complete Sports, ZetaWeb and, will be broadcast live on SuperSport in 47 African countries.

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