I don’t want to fight in Ghana again - Ayitey Powers

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Tue, 8 Mar 2022 Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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Ghanaian boxer, Ayitey Powers has expressed his desire to fight abroad instead of Ghana due to the low financial purse he receives.

According to the cruiserweight boxer, he has a few years ahead of him to retire but wants to fight abroad to earn more money before he hangs his gloves.

Speaking in a recent interview, the boxer disclosed that he squanders the little money he gets on his fans anytime he pens a deal to fight an opponent in Ghana.

“How much will I earn here if I fight? I will fight and when I fight people will rush me, by the time I realize people will think I have money and don’t want to give them,” Ayitey Powers stated.

Adding, “So, unless outside fight. I don’t want to fight in Ghana. If I get a fight outside Ghana I will go but in Ghana here, no.”

Asked if he has retired, the boxer said, “I have not retired, I am still in boxing though next two years I will quit, I’m still in it.”

Ayitey Powers’ last recorded fight was in 2017 when he knocked out Eric Kwardey in round 2 a the Achimota Park.

In his 22-years career as a boxer, the cruiserweight boxer has engaged in 48 fights with 22 wins, 25 defeats and a single draw.

Two of his biggest defeats were against Bukom Banku in 2014 and 2015.

Source: www.ghanaweb.com