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    Joshua Buatsi Visits Boxing Gyms In Ghana

    British Ghana-born boxer Joshua Buatsi has visited Ghana and he is on a tour of boxing clubs in Bukom, Usher Town and James Town in Accra.

    This is in connection with his campaign to Educate on Boxers Safety In The Gym. He will hold a talk for the coaches and some boxers at the ForeCourt of Attoh Quarshie Boxing Gym in James Town, Accra at 3pm tomorrow Thursday June 9, 2022.

    Buatsi who is undefeated (16-0-0)  in the light Heavyweight division is gunning for a world title shot.

    His visit to the motherland is historic and wants to impact on the young boxers in Ghana. He met and shared ideas with some coaches and boxers like multiple champion, Alfred Lamptey who was also glad to meet a fellow champion.

    By Sammy Heywood Okine

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