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Boxing News of Thursday, 7 May 2015

Source: Sammy Heywood Okine

BabyJet Promotions to support Game Boy to fight in United Kingdom

Asamoah Gyan’s Baby Jet Promotions are making it possible for Ghana to get the next World Champion in the person of Game Boy aka Emmanuel Tagoe.
The Top Ghana Footballer and Captain of the Black Stars who staged the fight to enable Tagoe clinch the World Boxing Association (WBA) International Super Featherweight title recently from Filipino Joebert Delos Reyes said he wants his boy to win a world title as that is the ultimate goal of every boxer, manager or promoter.
Speaking to Bukomboxingnews, the authentic in boxing news exclusively at the Accra Sports Staduim, Asamoah Gyan popularly called Baby Jet for his speed on the football field and goals said he was impressed with the performance of Tagoe and the crowd that watched the last fight was not impressive like the previous one at the Accra Stadium Tennis Court.
He noted that Tagoe has now changed his style of showmanship in the ring and is now doing serious boxing. He hinted that very soon he will travel to the United Kingdom or the USA for his next fight against an opponent yet to be named.
Asamoah Gyan noted that engaging in boxing is a way of helping other sportsmen and women.
He noted that he has special affection for boxing and chose to support a boxer who has the potential, but lack managerial and promotional support.
He promised to do everything within his means to earn the nation a real world title for Ghana.
He said Emmanuel Tagoe has an impressive record of 24 fights with only one lose and can easily become the next World title holder. The crafty Game Boy has knocked out 10 of his opponents and hope to knock out more people when the opportunity comes.
Meanwhile, Vits International Investments who sponsored that last fight have promised to do more for Ghana boxing.
They have displayed their brands of noodles and rice to the Ghanaian market and many boxing fans have praised their efforts.