Former World Champion to battle for WBO Africa Belt

Former World Champion to battle for WBO Africa Belt
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Windhoek-Former World Boxing Association Champion Paulus "The Hitman" Moses is counting down the hours ahead of the 45th bout in his boxing career.
Moses will fight former International Boxing Organization World Champion Immanuel "The Gameboy" Tagoe in Accra, Ghana this coming Saturday.
Paulus "The Hitman" Moses is in Ghana acclimatizing to the weather ahead of yet another bout in his professional boxing career that began in 2002.
Before departing to Accra where the fight will take place, Moses promised to put all he can into winning the vacant WBO Africa Lightweight title, when he meets Immanuel Tagoe on Saturday.
However, this may not be easy, as his opponent Tagoe, who is also a former world champion will enjoy a clear home advantage.
The 29-year-old Tagoe has only lost once in his career, having won 28 fights, while Moses has recorded 40 wins, and 4 losses.
Speaking to NBC's Sport Desk from Ghana, Moses sounded confident about his prospects.
“Everything is far okay. The weather is good in Ghana and we are waiting for the big day. I am ready and everything is ok this side in my camp” Moses said.
The boxing night is dubbed as "Asamoah Gyan Fight Night," and will feature six other boxing contests.