Charles Tetteh excels on day 11 of PBL

The 11th Fight Night of the ongoing De-luxy Professional Boxing League has become interesting as boxing fans were thrilled with good boxing display and entertainment.

Musician Gasmilla stirred fans up with his performance while the fans’ favourite, Charles Tetteh from the Panix Boxing Gymnasium used just a few seconds in Round One to put David Lartey to a perpetual sleep by a TKO victory.

Godwin Tetteh (Sonia Gym) won by a unanimous decision in the first bout of the night against David Tagoe (Palm Springs). The judges scored 58-56, 58-57, and 60-54 for Tetteh.

Ernest Ampah defeated debutant Francis Lamptey of Black Panthers Gym on points in six rounds with the judges scoring 60-55, 58-55, and 58-55 in his favour but debutant gave good accounts of himself.

Daniel Otoo lost to Klutei Robertson in Round Three, in one of the great bouts of the night.

Eric Quarm of the Fit Square Gym gave boxing fans a great show as he expertly stopped Vincent Atiku in Round Two.

Francis Aryee threw in the towel in round 4 after Gabriel Coffie over powered him.

Young amateur boxers, Cann Neequaye and Abdul Mateen Gariba who was born in Birmingham, UK fought marvelously for a title, but it was declared a draw.

Juvenile sensation, Mohammed ‘Hero Boy’ Ablorh received an award from Besesaka for his outstanding performance, after Michael Tetteh and Ibrahim Ablorh had done some exhibition.

Isaac ‘The Royal Storm” Dogboe who was at the Arena to watch Fight Night 11 said “Boxing is the best sports in the world”

Among the dignitaries at the arena were Mr. Isaac Tetteh aka TT Brothers, Hon Nii Lante Vandepuije, Hon. Prof. Joshua Alabi, Jamil Muraby of the Marketing Department of the Ghana Football Association and Ashong Katai, public relations officer of BetPawa.

The three medalist for Ghana at the recently ended 2022 Commonwealth Games; Wahid Omar, Abraham Mensah and Joseph Commey were also present to meet their fans and admirers.


By Nana Prempeh|

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