Bukom Fist of Fury: Boxing League attracts large crowd at Abeka Manste Agbonaa
The thrilling Bukom Fist of Fury Boxing League Week 9 gravy train which moved from James Town and stopped at Abeka Manste Agbonaa drew a whole lot of boxing enthusiasts to the combat venue.
There have been 12 newbie bouts for the league and juvenile boxers on parade as well as woman pugilists, Sarah Botchway and Osumanu Faruza who thrilled the spectators from all walks of lifestyles.
Some members of the Black Bombers, the countrywide boxing group had been on the invoice and they justified themselves.
Light Heavyweight Samuel Laryea of Bronz Gym set the ball rolling with a five-0 factors win over Suleiman Mohammed of WM, before his club-mate, Felix Nunoo defeated Alidu Suleimana additionally of WM 5-zero on points.
Isaac Neequaye persevered the coolest run for Bronz Gym with every other 3-2 factors win over Prince Arhin of WM within the Middleweight division.
Light Flyweight Philp Ajom ensured that Bronz Gym boxers won all their suits as he gained five-0 on factors towards David Tagoe of WM.
Dalvin Nelson, son of the legend, Prof. Azumah Nelson representing Fit Square lost 2-three on factors to Samuel Takyi of Discipline Boxing Gym in the Bantamweight magnificence.
Light Heavyweight Jonathan Tetteh of Discipline beat Ahmed Abdullai of Fit Square 3-2, and this defeat changed into sweetly avenged by way of Jessie Lartey’s five-zero win over Henry Malm of Discipline.
Heavyweight Anane Kutsoke maintained the Fit Square momentum with a 5-0 points win over Dan Plange of Discipline Gym.
Issah Awal of The Gym could not stand Enoch Tetteh of Black Panthers Gym within the Light Heavyweight division, as he lost 0-five on points.
Welterweight Sampson Segbedzi of The Gym beat Nick Tagoe of Black Panthers 5-0 on points before Flyweight Michael Abban revenged for his club with a three-2 decision victory over Isaac Aryee of The Gym.
In the interesting final Bantamweight clash, The Gym’s Jerry Robertson beat Godwin Tetteh of Black Panthers Gym 3-2 on points.
Mr. George Lamptey, president of the Ghana Boxing Federation (GBF) expressed delight with the crowd who asked for any other display.
He said the gravy train will hold on shifting and boxing fans should expect Bukom Fist of Fury in their localities.