The 4,000 seater arena was not full like an event at the same venue, but the fans present saw quality in 7 bouts with 2 WABU West Africa titles featuring some top talent from across West Africa.
The bill saw promising local Cruiserweight Abraham Tabul of Wisdom Gym defeating Stephen Abbey to win the vacant WABU Title.
Cameroon’s Salif Ndikam beat Enoch Lamptey of Ghana, then Abram Afful also beat Joseph Tagoe in a super welterweight contest at the Kalakoda Promotions and Kwesé Sports partnership that really breathed new life into African Boxing.
Wasiru Mahammed also took out Daniel Quartey, then AgbosonYaovi kncked out Nuhu Azumah in an international cruiserweight contest . Christian Ndzie Tyson beat Kofi Johnson in another international heavyweight bout.
The Friday Fight Nights events and Kalakoda Promotion’s positioning sees a fusion of world-class boxing, music and popular culture, a knock out combination where the fans can’t lose.
Baron Quartey who is Kalakoda representative in Ghana expressed his satisfaction and joy over the patronage though the event had short notification and publicity. He promised more promotions and commended the media who came to the show.
Theo Addo, an executive of the Ghana Amateur Boxing Federation (GABF) commended the organization of the event and prayed for more quality promotions.
From Sammy Heywood Okine