Every day, thousands of people from all over the world arrive on U.S. shores in search of fulfilling the American Dream. Such a practice is common among Ghanaian boxers, from the legendary Azumah Nelson to recent times where Richard Commey and Isaac Dogboe have established themselves on American soil.
It may have gone unnoticed to some but on Thursday, former WBO world super bantamweight champion Isaac Dogboe took a not-so-subtle dig at Ghanaian compatriot Emmanuel Tagoe on Twitter. “At long last the fake world champion has decided to go back to Miami to begin his camp. Who can guess who I’m on about?”…
Should present plans hold form, there is a great chance that boxing will forever remember the 21st day of September.
The National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) has plugged in to assist in the rehabilitation process of former boxing champion Conjestina Achieng who was admitted to the Mediva Wellness Centre in Thika last month.
How young is too young to start by boxing? – Kenyan top boxer Shaffi Bakari narrates to Capital FM Sport his turbulent but fruitful journey to stardom which started in 2002.