Emmanuel Tagoe To Face Paulus Moses On Maiden Bill Of Asamoah Gyan Fight Night 1


Asamoah Gyan’s Baby Jet promotions will make the Bukom Boxing Arena come alive again on the night 20th of October, 2018 with the maiden bill of the Asamoah Gyan Fight Night with ten boxers including Game Boy Emmanuel Tagoe parading for five bouts.


On the night, the main bout will be Ghana’s former IBO World Lightweight champion, Emmanuel Tagoe taking on two-time WBA world lightweight champion Paulus Moses of Namibia for the WBO African Lightweight title.

In the supporting bouts, Hard puncher, Ishmael Ayittey will square up with Ofei Dodoo in a 10-round contest in national lightweight division.
Michael Ansah popularly known as ‘One Bullet’ has challenged Sherrif Quaye in another lightweight battle.

Former featherweight champion Malik Jabel makes a return to square off with Robert Quaye in the Super Lightweight championship; whiles Aziz Quartey also faces Raphael King in a 10-round welterweight contest.

Emmanuel Game Boy Tagoe who was the star guest of the press conference on Tuesday to announce the bill at the Bukom Town Park in Accra, thanked his management and promised his fans of victory on the night.

“Boxing is for Gas and I’m happy the press conference is being organized in Bukom here. This bout is an opportunity for me to show everyone that I’m the best. The boxer coming is a two-time world champion but when he gets here he will be reduced to a normal boxer because of what I will show him”, he bragged.


Emmanuel the Game Boy’ Tagoe donated essential handouts including medicine and water to all other boxers fighting on the undercard of his next fight for the WBO Africa lightweight championship against former WBA world champ, Paulus Moses of Namibia at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra on October 20


Later during the event, Bukom Banku and Bastie Samir gatecrashed at the Asamoah Gyan Fight Night press conference and demanded BabyJet Promotions to promote their rematch on their unified agreed date of Boxing Day this year, December 26. Boxing fans want that rematch, but will it happen and where?


Story by Sammy Heywood Okine

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