Emmanuel Tagoe to relocate to USA

Emmanuel Tagoe WBO Belt WBO Africa lightweight champion Emmanuel “Gameboy” Tagoe, has revealed that his upcoming fight on January 26 next year will be his final ring outing in Ghana. Tagoe (29-1, 14 KOs), who will be challenging for the WBO Global and IBF International titles on January 26, said he was keen on making a mark in his final bout at the Bukom Boxing Arena. The Ghanaian boxer recently joined the DiBella Entertainment stables after signing a three-year promotional contract in his bid to become a world champion by the end of next year. Tagoe’s decision » Read More

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