He said as a knock out specialist, this fight is going to be one of the easiest despite the massive media coverage that Nelson has enjoyed. With an impressive record of 9 fights and 9 knock out wins, he is using this bout as a warm-up for bigger challenges. It would be the debut for Nelson, who is very glad for the opportunity to fight in Ghana.
He hinted that as a kid, he loved fighting at home, and in his neighborhoods of Bukom and Chorkor, people are fighting with their knuckles.
‘In my area, we fight to settle scores and issues, so I love to fight, that is why after SHS at Odorgonno, I decided to join The Fighting Factory founded by Ghana’s WBC Muay Thai and WMACC champion, Lawrence Nyanyo Nmai.
He said he was going to use his experience to win.
Nelson also said he was also happy to meet his opponent for the first time and anticipated a good fight.
They are going to fight at 65kg weight class in a cage at the sports hall of the Accra Sports Stadium on Nov 4, 2017.
By Sammy Heywood Okine