- Alfred Laryea has promised to knock out his Tanzanian opponent
- Laryea will be fighting for WBO Youth World and WBC Youth Silver Super Featherweight Championship
- Laryea is undefeated in his professional career with eight wins
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West African Super featherweight champion, Alfred Laryea has promised to knock out his Tanzanian opponent Iddi 'Kayumba' Mustafa Ally Said.
The two will clash for the WBO Youth World and WBC Youth Silver Super Featherweight Championship on Friday, September 4 in Accra.
Laryea also known as Bukom Bomber revealed his ambition during a press conference organised by the sponsors of the event at the MultiChoice Ghana limited headquarters.
The 19-year old boxer promised Ghanians the fight will not last the entire duration and asked his fans to come in their numbers to witness the knock-out reports JoySports.
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“I will knock out Iddi Kayumba, so I want all the boxing fans to come early to see how I will do it. I promise to go on to win the world titles and lift high the flag of Ghana”
Bukom Bomber also emphasised his desire to become a world champion in the near future and mentioned his desire to win the bout and raise the flag of Ghana high on the world stage.
Laryea is undefeated in his professional career and has six knock-outs in eight wins. His opponent Kayumba has fought 18 times with 13 wins, three loses and two draws.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian boxing sensation, Samuel Takyi, has joined a legion of greats to win a medal at the Olympics Games after outclassing David Ceiber to reach the semifinals at Tokyo 2020.
The 20-year-old defeated the Columbian fighter in three sets, after scoring a unanimous victory on the books of the judges on Sunday, August 1, 2021.
In photos shared online by Ghana Olympic, sighted by YEN.com.gh, an excited Takyi is seen carried aloft by the Ghanaian continent for his significant feat.