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Alfred Lamptey Emerges Victorious in Night of the Stars Boxing Show

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Ghanaian super featherweight boxer, Alfred Lamptey put up a sterling performance to defeat Namibian, Nathan Kakololo in a unanimous decision at the Night of the Stars Boxing Show held at the Idrowhyt Events Centre last Sunday.

Lamptey, also known as Show Time and Bukom Bomber, was one of the star boxers on the show and he did not disappoint his fans. With an impressive record of 12-0, he expressed readiness to take on any contender in the world ranking.

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Lamptey, who was SWAG Boxer of the Year and held many titles, was grateful to Box Office Promotions for the opportunities offered him and the steady plans to reach the limelight.

He acknowledged that Kakololo was a good boxer who also put up a good show. Lamptey recently trained at a South African gym with Coach Eben Adjei, which he believes was worthwhile and inspiring.

The Night of the Stars Boxing Show witnessed other exciting bouts. John Laryea defeated Solomon Martey via TKO in round 6, Jacob Tetteh Laryea beat Emmanuel Quaye in the battle of the Chorkor boxers to claim the West African Super Welterweight title, while Daniel Gorsh overcame Michael Tagoe after they had gone the distance.

The Bronx Boxing Promotions, Box Office Sports, and Cabic Promotions partnered to put up the programme which was well attended. The show was a testament to the growing interest in boxing and the talented young boxers in Ghana.

Local manager of Lamptey, Mr. Alex Ntiamoah Boakye, promised to give fans of the aspiring world champion more chances to get to the Dreamland. Mr. Jingles of Idrowhyt Events Centre and Cabic Promotions commended the boxers for putting up good displays and the fans who comported themselves well.

For the most part, the Night of the Stars Boxing Show was an unforgettable experience for boxing enthusiasts and fans of the sport. It showcased some of the best talents in the Ghanaian boxing scene and gave them the platform to exhibit their skills. The event was also a reminder of the immense potential that Ghana has in producing world-class boxers. It is hoped that more opportunities will be created for young boxers to develop their skills and bring glory to the nation on the global stage.

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