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BOXING : GHANA’S OBODAI SAI FACES STRONG OPPOSITION FOR THE WBO AFRICAN MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE

Reigning WBO Africa middleweight champion, Walter Kautondokwa, from Namibia has promised to stop Ghana’s Obodai Sai in June 16th.

Kautondokwa (14-0, 13 KO’s) and Sai (32-2, 24 KO’s) who holds the WBO interim Africa middleweight belt will settle the score at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra, Ghana, at stake also will be the IBF Africa middleweight title.

Ahead of the fight, the man nicknamed the ‘Executioner’ had an interview with Boxing Africa.com and he said.

“TKO in any round. All you will here is: And still the WBO Africa champion Walter “Executioner” Kautondokwa,” he said.

“I am very excited and I take this fight very seriously. This will be my first time fighting in Ghana and I am hoping to put on a good show and win in style. I hope that Obodai is ready for me because I am. Ghana here I come”!

“No concerns at all, just excitement and looking forward to my first win outside of Namibia in my professional boxing career”. He said.

With Obodai fighting in his hometown in front of his hometown fans?

“That obviously gives him the edge over me and I hope he uses this to his advantage because he will need that and even more. When I enter the ring, it will be just me and him. I just hope that the judges are fair and that they ensure that the best boxer wins on the night and that boxer is Walter”.

“I think we are just naturally gifted boxers, born with the potential and of course a very passionate promoter in Nestor Tobias. The fact that we manage to produce world champions after every five years is a good encouragement for us aspiring for that achievement. Having role models train with you makes you believe that that achievement is achievable and tangible”.

He continued: “Let the best man win, I am coming to fight, I am coming to win and I wish my opponent well. I hope the fans come out in their numbers and fill up the venue so that we celebrate the best of African boxing.”

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