It’s official: Real Deal Boxing and undefeated Ghanaian bantamweight Duke Micah have mutually agreed to part ways.
Micah, 27, 22-0 (18 KOs), first joined Real Deal after moving from his hometown Accra, Ghana, to the US in the Spring of 2018.
Micah had two bouts with the promotional company, decision wins where he successfully defended his WBC International Bantamweight title.
However, Micah hasn’t fought since June 2018, nearly one year of inactivity. He went back to Ghana last summer around that time. When he returned to the US, he opted to change trainers, now working with New York-based trainer Andre Rozier, who also trains IBF World Lightweight Champion Richard Commey of Ghana, as well as former middleweight titlist Daniel Jacobs among others.
A statement from Real Deal Boxing read:
“After lengthy discussions with his team, we agreed that Micah’s career would be best served on a different path.
“We sincerely wish Duke Micah all the best in his future career and hope that he will go on to fulfill the potential we first saw in him.”
Stay tuned to BoxingAfrica.com for further details.