West African Boxing Union Title Joe Boy to take on Ghanaian, Anma Dotse

Joe Boy has said he is certain that he is a top dog in his category in West Africa and will crown his effort with a victory over Anma Dotse.

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Joe Boy flaunts his trophy and cheque

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National lightweight boxing champion, Oto “Joe Boy” Joseph, has declared his readiness for the the West African Boxing Union title against Ghana’s Anma Dotse.

The title bout is scheduled to hold at the Obafemi Awolowo Stadium (Liberty Stadium), Ibadan, on March 26, 2017 during the at 11th edition of the GOtv Boxing Night.

Joe Boy, three-time winner of the GOtv Boxing Night best boxer award, said he is certain that he is a top dog in his category in West Africa.

Dotse is in trouble. I am the best in West Africa. He will regret ever coming to fight me. I have trained hard and I will explode like a dynamite,” he said.

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Joe boy being presented with the trophy and cheque

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He advised his opponent to consult his fellow Ghanaian, Richard “Desert Warrior” Amefu, whom he defeated at GOtv Boxing 9.

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The best boxer on the night will win N1million cash prize and the Mojisola Ogunsanya Memorial Trophy.