Boxing News Wed, 1 Jul 2020

Joseph Awinongya Jnr to donate cash to 2 juvenile boxers

US-based Ghanaian juvenile pugilist Joseph Awinonga Jnr. is set to show his ring love to two Ghanaian boxers by donating some cash to them.

The donation will be done tomorrow, July 2, 2020, on GTV.

Former captain and skipper of the senior national football team, the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan believes the American-born Ghanaian amateur boxer is a great prospect for Ghana and world boxing judging from the successful bouts won by the youngster and national titles under his sleeves as well as his enthusiasm and aggressive approach to his training.

Trainer and father of the boxer, Joseph Awinongya Snr is very determined to make his son a world champion.

Awinongya Jr. is a standout athlete in the world of youth boxing and is ranked No1 in the USA. He won the silver Gloves National Championship in 2017 and 2018.

He received the USA Boxing Nationals title in 2017 and was the USA Boxing Junior Olympics winner in 2017. In recognition of his many achievements, the International Boxing Federation awarded the youngster a congratulatory belt to honor his focus and determination within the sport.
Source: Dennis Kweku Moore, Contributor