Ghanaian boxer, Braimah Kamoko, popularly known as Bukom Banku will be making a return to the ring after eight months.
Bukom Banku, who doubles as a musician, will battle Nigeria's Kabiru ‘Storm’ Towolawi in the main event of the final Azumah Nelson Fight Night of the year on Boxing Day, December 26.
Bukom Banku's (30-1, 23 KOs) battle with Towolawi (9-1, 7 KOs) will be an international cruiserweight contest scheduled for 10 rounds and it will come off at Kwahu Abetifi in the Eastern Region.
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It will be only the second fight for Bukom Banku since suffering his first career defeat to countryman, Bastie Samir in October 2017 after beating John Dugu via a round 2 TKO in Accra back in April this year.
Towolawi is also coming off a maiden career defeat to countryman, Adewale Masebinu for the Nigeria light heavyweight title only last month in Lagos.
YEN.com.gh had previously reported a story of Bukom Banku confirming selling his cars to fend for his five wives and 13 children.
He was also in the news after stating that he wanted to marry more women like King Solomon in the Bible.
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