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Boxers talk tough ahead GOtv Boxing Night 7

Ahead of GOtv Boxing Night 7, holding on 1 May at the National Stadium, Lagos, boxers scheduled to fight have been indulging in boasts and counter-boasts.

Ahead of GOtv Boxing Night 7, holding on 1 May at the National Stadium, Lagos, boxers scheduled to fight have been indulging in boasts and counter-boasts.

Ahead of GOtv Boxing Night 7, holding on 1 May at the National Stadium, Lagos, boxers scheduled to fight have been indulging in boasts.

National lightweight champion, Nurudeen Fatai, who is defending his title against Oto Joseph, has vowed that his opponent will not last the distance.

“This fight will be different. Joe Boy is a small boy who is not fit to be a champion. I will knock him out and he will go and stay on the queue,” Fatai said.

On his part, Joe Boy, who defeated Fatai via a fifth round knockout at GOtv Boxing Night 4, said he would repeat the trick.

“I beat him before and I will beat him again. He said I defeated him because he was injured. I’m glad that he is now fit and wonder what excuse he will give when I beat him on 1 May.”

Joe Boy, a previous winner of the N1million cash prize for the best boxer award at GOtv Boxing Night, added that he would win the award again.

Idowu Okusote, who will fight Chibuzor Vincent in a cruiserweight challenge duel, said his opponent would see hell in the ring.

“I have been looking for an opportunity to fight. This is it. Chibunky or whatever he calls himself will see hell on earth when we fight.”

His opponent Osamudiamen Goodluck has described it as empty boast. He said though he is a professional debutant, his record as an amateur would speak for him.



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