He made this remark at the Press Conference to launch the historic Freedom Fight Night of three World Boxing Council (WBC) title fights in Ghana.
According to Micah, who represented Ghana at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, he is in top form and ready to face the best bantamweight boxers in the world.
Duke Micah, also a Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG) award winner said he will definitely make himself and Ghana proud by winning the world title.
“I don’t fear anybody, they rather fear me because they know I am the best and the handsome guy with the dirty blows” he said.
He assured Ghanaians of a good fight come Saturday March 11, 2017 at the Bukom Boxing Arena.
Richard Commey who is fight the main bout takes on Hedi Slimani of Belgium and he promised to use this fight to regain his confidence and form after losing his last two fights by foul means.
He said “I have learnt my lessons, I will correct all the mistakes and fans are going to see a new and better performer. I have a duty to perform and that is to win the world title which I will claim for Ghana soon” he said.
Coach Carl Lokko support Commey and said if there was fair judging against Easter, Ghana should have got a world champion in his boxer, but all is not lost as they are preparing for another opportunity.
“We are training very seriously and very much focused on what is ahead of us which is the world title” he expressed.
By Sammy Heywood Okine