Dodzi Kemeh Eyes WBO Africa Welterweight

Newly crowned International Boxing Federation (IBF) Africa Welterweight champion Dodzi Kemeh says he is looking forward to adding the vacant World Boxing Organization (WBO) Africa Welterweight title to his repertoire to unify the two titles.

The 28-year -old who defeated journeyman Frank Dodzi at Dodze recently via a technical knockout in the fifth round of their welterweight contest to take the IBF Africa title told the Daily Graphic in a watsapp conversation that he is ready to take the world by storm but not before adding the WBO Africa to his collection.

"I want to be the second person person to win a world title for the country after Richard Commey in recent times, " he stated.

He continued " moreso I want to join the ranks of Ike Quartet and  Joshua Clottey in winning at the welterweight division, "he stated.

Kemeh says he has not rest on his oars since his feat two week ago and he has began training to ready himself for any bout at the welterweight division.

"Am training very very hard now , I want a world title to complement my efforts so I won't rest on my oars," he stated.

Promoters Infinity Stars Promotions are gearing up for another successful bout in December just a little over two weeks after pulling off a great bout at Dodze that attracted the entire Dodze Township.
President of Infinity Stars Promotions John Kwakuvi has pledged another blockbuster where Kemeh will likely fight for the WBO Africa Welterweight title.

The October fifth bout produced new national and Africa champions.

Sheriff Quaye knocked out Nash Tagoe in their eight round national lightweight ontests while Raphael King secured a fourth round technical knockout against Raphael Allotey in their super Welterweight contest.

Homeboy Sylvanus Tsagli secured a third round technical knockout against Emmanuel Obeng in their six round lightheavyweight contest before Kofi Manu made light work of Emmanuel Mankattah with a two round technical knockout in their eight round light middleweight encounter.

In a thrilling eight round bantamweight contest Emmanuel Quaye beat Moses Lartey via a fourth round technical knockout decision.

Another bantamweight fight saw Gabriel Odoi Laryea neat Emmanuel Quartet in round seven via a technical knockout decision.

A super bantamweight fight involving Saidu Amadu and Michael Tagoe saw the latter win via a technical knockout decision.

An eight round welterweight contest on the night saw Emmanuel Quartet beat  Joshua Owusu via  a second round teachnical knockout decision while Jacob Tetteh Laryea made light work of  Martin Ageyia Ndoyaaba in the first round of their eight round welterweight bout.

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