A special boxing event by Azumah Nelson Promotions – Vody Boxing Night – has received a major boost from West Africa and Gulf Company Limited, producers of Cody’s Vody Vodka Energy Drink.
It has emerged that Premier Beach Resort, Oshiyie, Kokrobite in Accra will host the event.
It is being arranged by Azumah Nelson Promotions and scheduled to take place on December 16.
Some of the country’s finest boxers are billed to grace the ring in a programme designed to set the tone for this year’s Boxing Day.
Samuel Quaye and Derrick Quaye will set the tone for the bouts in their lightweight contest, while Godwin Tetteh take on David Tagoe in a bantamweight contest.
In a super light contest, Azumah Mohammed will clash with Issifu Yussif Seidu, with Wisdom Barnor facing David Quaye in a bantamweight contest.
In other bouts, Israel Commey clash with Desmond Pappoe in a welterweight contest, while David Ankrah battle Henry Malm in a super light contest.
Levid Ankrah faces Ben Lamptey in a lightweight contest.
Ramatu Quaye and Janet Acquah will battle for supremacy in the female contest.
In the juvenile bouts, Godfred Coffie will face Solomon Aryeetey, while Charles Paa Tee Quaye clash with Mohammed Ablor Sowah.
William Afofo will come face to face with Osborn Love Omanhene, with Prince Larbi squaring it up with Ramford Laryea.
Commercial Manager for West Africa and Gulf Company Limited, said, “Supporting the youth in sports is a good cause so we didn’t hesitate to come on board when Ambassador Quarcoo and Professor Azumah Nelson approached us to support the event.
“Our commitment to remain the market leader is sustained by the vast experience of its Spanish Parent company – the international and diversified Group, Venerable Capital Group with its distribution channels across Europe, Asia and Africa. WAGCOL also adopted excellent customer service, quality products and affordable prices as its operational strategy.”
Ambassador Quarcoo said, “We are indeed grateful for this support. It is to set the tone for the annual Boxing Day during Christmas.”
From The Sports Desk