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‘I am the best’ – Samuel Takyi confident ahead of pro boxing debut

Olympic bronze medalist, Samuel Takyi is confident of a win ahead of his first professional boxing fight against Kamaldeen Boyefio in a super featherweight contest on Friday, April 15, 2022.

Takyi, 21, will be fighting on a Bazooka Promotions and Management Syndicate bill, predicted a win against Boyefio (11-9, 11 KOs).

Samuel Takyi – Olympic Games hero officially joins the paid ranks tomorrow night in Accra

Speaking to Citi Sports after the weighing session, Samuel Takyi highlighted that he is not intimidated by his opponent and knows it’s perfect timing for his career as a boxer.

“I feel very good about the bout and I have prepared very well, so I am very ready. I have had enough time to prepare after the Tokyo Olympic Games and I think it is now time to pursue my dream full time’” he said

Takyi on the scales for the firat time as a pro

“I am not scared, I am a boxer and anytime I am in the ring, I know I am the best. I am not intimidated by him and I know he is very scared of me,” Takyi added.

Credit: Citi Sports

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