Ghana’ WBO Global Super Bantamweight champion Wasiru Mohammed put up another splendid performance at the Bukom Boxing Arena on Friday night when he outclassed and out-punched Benin’s John Amuzu before sending him to the canvass in the fourth round to retain his title.
Immediately after the fight, his corner-men called on Emmanuel Navarrette for a showdown.
Wasiru Mohammed, affectionately callled Gyatabi proved too strong for the 35 year-old John Amuzu who collapsed after he went out hanging on the ropes before hitting down heavily on the canvas.
It tool medical officers at the Arena to revive him.
An ambulance was later called and Amuzu had to make a full recovery at the hospital.
It was youth versus experience affair and the fresh Gyatabi backed by his fans carried the day to increase his record to 13 fights and 13 wins with 12 by way of knock outs.
In other bouts on the night, stylish Jessie Manyo Plange also beat his Nigerian opponent Sharif Kareem who refused to answer for the fourth round.
Manyo Plange really thrilled the spectators at the Arena with superb footwork, accurate jabs and hooks interlaced with upper cuts and deadly punches.
His ring craft kept the crowd clapping throughout the bout which earned him the PBC Super flyweight title.
After the fight, Plange thanked his trainers and managers as well as the GBA and his fans for the chance to get back to winning ways.
He promised to go all out to realize his dream of becoming a world champion.