The deputy minister who opened the second week of the League at the Bukom Boxing Arena on Friday evening with a flag hoisting ceremony said boxing remains the number one sport in Ghana and loved the passion which the people of Accra place on the sport.
He adviced fans to protect sports facilities which are not many in the country, however they are trying to leave a legacy by constructing sports facilities across the country.
He commended the juvenile boxers and their coaches as well as the amateur and professional boxers who displayed on the day.
In fact all boxers showed promise at Bukom Fist of Fury League, even losers were not disgraced.
In the four professional bouts, lightweight Richmond Ashley knocked out Amos Dodzie in round 2, super featherweight Felix Williams used his experience to technically knocked out young Isaac Okine in round 4 and super middleweight Jacob Dickson also won his first fight against Abdul Karim by a knock out in round one.
Featherweight contender and aspiring champion, Theophilus Tetteh was the boxer of the night as he showed real boxing skills to knock out his hard punching opponent, Joshua Barnor from Bukom.
Models including kids from Bozoma and Mercy Clothing displayed their wears and ring walk to the amazement of boxing fans.
Magwins Catering Services also provided meals for the juvenile boxers, patrons and guests.