Game Boy is fit and ready to put up a good show, Abraham Neequaye assures

By  Frederick Marfo 

Manager of Emmanuel ‘Game Boy Tagoe’ – Abraham Neequaye has said that the lightweight champion is fully prepared and ready to take out Vyacheslav Gusev for the IBF [International] and the WBO Africa lightweight titles on Saturday, February 23 at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra.

“I can assure Ghanaians that Game Boy is in good shape and is ready to put up a good show come next Saturday, Mr. Neequaye told Rainbow radio in an interview.

“As I speak to you now, Game Boy can punch with the hands so it means he can box,” he noted.

The fight between Emmanuel Tagoe and Vyacheslav Gusev should have taken place on January 26, but it had to be postponed as a result of an injury sustained by the Ghanaian champion.

Mr. Neequaye further revealed that the President of the World Boxing Organization [Francisco Varcarcel] and the President of the Internationa Boxing Federation [Daryl J. Peoples] will all be present at the Bukom Boxing Arena to catch a glimpse of the fight.

The ‘Asamoah Gyan Fight Night 2’ will also witness Bastie Samir taking on Lokossou Raoul of Benin. can reveal that Bastie Samir will be signed unto the Baby Jet Promotions to replace Emmanuel Tagoe who has been signed by Lou DiBella Entertainment.


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