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Boxing News of Monday, 22 January 2018

Source: Eric Annan

Ghanaian boxer's with world title shots to watch out for in 2018

Isaac Dogboe with President of Ghana, Akufo-Addo Isaac Dogboe with President of Ghana, Akufo-Addo

As the positives shown of resurrecting Ghana boxing higher above the skies improves to develop day-in day-out leaves the nation some intriguing world title bouts from the corners of some prospective Ghanaian boxers to touch-down early this year.

Following Isaac Dogboe's overwhelming world title bout triumph over his Mexican compatriot Cesar Juarez, Ghana will once again leave to witness yet another glittering boxing shots, this time around in a more power-packed manner as boxers Isaac Dogboe, Habib Ahmed, Rafael Mensah and Emmanuel 'Game Boy' Tagoe all gain a world title bout action to make a name for themselves and nation Ghana as well.

It could've been five (5) title bouts to be witnessed as Richard Commey yet leaves to box his undefeated United States opponent Alejandro Luna in their yet to commission lightweight final eliminator bout scheduled for March 10, 2018.

Emmanuel Tagoe amongst the pugilists to make Ghana proud, come 27th February at the Bukom Boxing Arena will cause hell to lose in his quest of defending his IBO world lightweight title against his Floricio Varela resided Argentine boxer Fernando David Saucedo.

Ghana's undefeated super bantamweight wonder kid Isaac 'The Royal Storm' Dobgoe in March later this year will also wrestle shoulders with America's undefeated world super bantamweight champion Jessie Magdaleno in their yet to be titled 'Battle for the undefeated' bout.

At the 3rd of February in Taxes (America) will also showcase yet another bout for the undefeated as undefeated super middleweight Ghanaian boxer Habib Ahmed mounts the ring to fight 2nd ranked super middleweight Mexican champion Gilberto Ramirez Sanchez, as Rafael Mensah following his undefeating super featherweight record bounds back to the ring in March having beaten his Ghanaian compatriot Martin Ahiadekey to a round 4 technical knockout (TKO) in August 9, 2018.

Ghanaians are thereby edged to support this prospective boxers with both spirit and mind through prayers as they gear-up for the most challenging moment in their boxing career.