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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.

  1 month ago ago
Troubled Ghanaian Boxer Looks to Relaunch His Career on Saturday

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"You Banned Me Through Social Media And You Must Lift My Ban Through It"- Patrick Allotey To GBA!

The former world boxing organisation African champion Patrick Allotey wants the Ghana Boxing Association to formerly lift his six months ban given to him after his brutal assault on a Kotoko fan some months ago at the Accra sports stadium during a match between Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak. His six months ban ended today and he is calling on the Ghana Boxing Association to officially announce it. According to the boxer if he doesn't hear anything from them this week, he and his management team

  1 year ago ago

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Boxer Patrick Allotey is Finally Free after slapping a fun.

The six months suspension on the former WBO African Welterweight Champion Patrick Allotey by the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA) for assaulting a football fan at the Accra sports stadium officially ends today, Thursday, August 6, 2020. The 29-year old Ghanaian boxer was, in February, this year was banned six months by the Ghana Boxing Authority after being found guilty of assaulting Michael Siaw Agyemang, a fan of Asante Kotoko at the Accra sports stadium. On 6th February, 2020, after the hearing, the GBA found

  1 year ago ago
Boxer Patrick Allotey is Finally Free after slapping a fun.

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I'll quit boxing if Mahama gifts me a 2-bedroom house – Patrick Allotey

John Dramani Mahama is a Ghanaian politician who served as President of Ghana from 24 July 2012 to 7 January 2017. He previously served as Vice President of Ghana from January 2009 to July 2012, and took office as president on 24 July 2012 following the death of his predecessor, John Atta Mills.  Fighter Patrick Allotey has said previous President John Dramani Mahama has been his greatest fan and, thus, he (Allotey) will resign from the game if the official up-and-comer of the principle resistance National

  1 year ago ago
I'll quit boxing if Mahama gifts me a 2-bedroom house – Patrick Allotey

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Boxing: Former world champion, Joseph Agbeko to headline boxing extravaganza on December 26

Former IBF/IBO bantamweight champion Joseph King Kong Agbeko is set to return to the ring on December 26 in a boxing extravaganza in Accra. The event is being put together by Cabic Promotions in collaboration with Aborigines and Box Office Promotion. Some of the best pugilists in Ghana will be on display with Agbeko scheduled to fight Albert Commey in a bantamweight contest. The event will be staged at the Indrowhyt Event Centre at Dansoman with the first bout set to commence at 7:00 pm. In other bouts of the

  1 year ago ago
Boxing: Former world champion, Joseph Agbeko to headline boxing extravaganza on December 26

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I'll quit boxing if Mahama gifts me a 2-bedroom house – Patrick Allotey.

Fighter Patrick Allotey has said previous President John Dramani Mahama has been his greatest fan and, in this way, he (Allotey) will resign from the game if the official competitor of the fundamental resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC) blessings him a two-room house.  The previous WBO Africa Super welterweight champion revealed to Docta Kay on Accra100.5FM's Nkran Kwanso show that Mr Mahama watched, in full, one of his sessions and followed up on numerous others.  The fighter, notwithstanding, added

  1 year ago ago
I'll quit boxing if Mahama gifts me a 2-bedroom house – Patrick Allotey.