The De-luxy Professional Boxing League exhilarated spectators on Fight Night 7 at the Bukom Boxing Arena last Saturday evening in Accra.
In a lightweight fight, Michael “One Bullet” Ansah defeated Togolese Fatiou Sarouna after just two rounds of solid punches and jabs.
His readiness for the Commonwealth title on Fight Night 7 of the De-luxy Professional Boxing League Fight was previewed by the decisive victory.
In the cruiserweight division, Idrisa Amadu of the Charles Quartey Memorial Boxing Gym defeated Joseph Tetteh of the Akotoku Boxing Gym.
Sam Adjetey Sowah of Sonia Gym was unable to match the strength and talent of Panix Gym’s rising star Charles Tetteh in their Super Featherweight battle.
In a Super Welterweight match, Alidu Suleman of the Black Panthers Gym maintained his perfect record by defeating Habeeb Giwa Kehinde of The Gym.
In their Super Middleweight bout, the boxing soldier Elvis Ahorgah outmatched Patrick Kudjoe of Wisdom Gym and won via round two TKO.
Ben Lamptey, also known as Daddy Lumba, of Sea View Gym defeated Attoh Quarshie Boxing Gym’s Michael Bibi in a Lightweight fight despite Bibi’s valiant effort.
In a Super Bantamweight battle, Solomon Martey of Seconds Out Gym defeated Jonah Mensah of Palm Springs Gym with ease.
During the night’s finale, a unique juvenile boxing event featuring Prince Larbie and Charles Quaye wowed the audience and won them over.
Musician KK Fosu won over boxing fans with a fantastic performance on the night Mohammed Amin Lamptey provided precise emceeing.
According to President Akufo-Addo’s instructions, a moment of silence was also observed in memory of the late president Jerry John Rawlings, an avid boxing enthusiast.
The crowded gathering was graced by dignitaries from the diplomatic corps, political circles, and business.