Fri, 30 Nov 2018 Boxing

Super Middleweight Boxer Sam Gah Wants Big Fights

Super Middleweight Boxer Sam Gah Wants Big Fights

Samuel Kwadjo Gah a Ghanaian born on 20th June 1980 is the latest boxer to come out seeking for support to get him fights to become a world champion.

The southpaw who trains at the Fit Square Gym under hard working coach Lartekwei Lartey and managed by young sensational Kofi Baisie said he has trained for far too long and the time is now right to get into the big rings and make an impression.

The super middleweight who can also fight as a light heavyweight said he wants to be an African, Commonwealth and World champion and with a record of two fights and two wins, he feels he is on the right track with an management that can support him to achieve his dream.

Also known as ‘Man Pass Bulldozer’ he has dared Ghanaian boxers, especially those fighting on the Bukom Fist of Fury Bill and challenged Jacob Dickson of Bronx Gym in James Town who won his first fight with a good performance.

His manager, Kofi Baise says he is very disciplined and boxes well. “My boy is a potential world champion, we want to encourage him to be one of the best, you know our gym is currently the number one producer of champions like Gyatabi and others, we are coming up slowly and we shall take Accra by storm in boxing,” he said.

Meanwhile, managers of Bronx Gym have heard of the challenge from Gah and coach Carl Lokko says he should be prepared for some lessons that his trainers have not taught him.

Both boxers are gearing up for a date on the Bukom Fist of Fury and it is going to be a real battle.

Sammy Heywood Okine
Sammy Heywood Okine

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