The deal entails his involvement in the company’s advertising and promotional efforts in Ghana over the next one year.
A statement from the company said, “this is a big boost to the boxer and indeed the popular boxing profession across Ghana.
According to a statement from Glo, the engagement of Bastie bears eloquent testimony to the company’s continued commitment to working with hard working professionals to reach higher in the pursuit of excellence.
In his words, Bastie disclosed his readiness to work with Glo as this will also enable him to connect with his fans and millions of other Ghanaians and inspire younger elements to reach for their dreams, despite the odds.
Born May 19, 1986, Samir has had a bright career propped up by hard work and discipline.
He was the champion in the welterweight division in the African Amateur Championships in May 2007 and also represented Ghana and won silver at the 2007 All-Africa Games boxing welterweight division He qualified for the Olympics 2008 in the light-heavyweight division.
Bastie, 31, is nicknamed “The Beast” for his impressive record of knocking out all his opponents in his 15 bouts. He has had just one draw in his career so far. In October 2017, he tainted the 28-0-0 record of famous boxer, Bukom Banku with a knockout.
By Sammy Heywood Okine