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Troubled Ghanaian Boxer Looks to Relaunch His Career on Saturday

Ghana boxer, Patrick Allotey has been offered a fine opportunity to relaunch his chequred career.

Allotey has been embroiled in a legal tussle following his fisticuffs with a football fan at a Ghana Premier League game between Hearts and Kotoko in Accra in 2020.

The incident led to a six months’ suspension by the Ghana Boxing Authority which he has exhausted and will now have a go at the WBO Africa Super Welterweight title at the Idrowhyt Events Centre, Dansoman, Accra on March 26.

Known as “ Sweet Arrow”, Allotey is the more experienced boxer with (41-4, 31KOs) compared to Hamisi’s (13-3, 11KOs). He said: “We have been training for a long time. “We were not aware of the fight but we have taken it and like my coach said, I’ve been there before and so this is relaunching like my coach said.

“We are relaunching the career and after this fight the focus will be on the world title.” Patrick Allotey told Med Sports TV. Allotey’s last fight was on Boxing Day, 26th December 2020 when he defeated Victus Kemavor by a round 2 TKO.

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