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Breaking up with Carl Lokko was difficult but necessary – Richard Commey

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Commey Thanks NanaAddo Reigning IBF Lightweight title champion Richard Commey has conceded that breaking up with longtime trainer and mentor Carl Lokko was a difficult but inevitable decision he had to make to push his career to the next level. Commey parted ways with the veteran boxing trainer in 2018 ahead of his bout with American Alejandro Luna. Renowned American coach Andre Rozier was contracted by Commey’s Streetwise management firm to train the boxer. Commey won his first bout under his new trainer which set him up for a mandatory title bout » Read More

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