He said he was undaunted by the prospect of facing the vastly experienced 34-year-old who has been unsuccessful in two previous bids for a world title.
Saucedo lost the WBA super featherweight title by unanimous decision to Chris John in 2010 before the hard-hitting Rances Barthelemy defended the IBF super featherweight title against him on October 4, 2014, but he remains undefeated in eight bouts since that loss.
“On that day, I will revamp the sport of boxing as Ghanaians know it.
“I sent a lot of my guys to go for a world title, but they were unable to deliver, but Ghanaians should be ready and glad to watch me fulfil this national goal,” said Tagoe, who is rated number 10 by the WBA in their lightweight rankings.
“I am not trying to downplay the exploits of guys such as Richard Commey and others who were unsuccessful in their title bids, …
“… all I am saying is that I am confident that the title will not leave the shores of Ghana after November 25 .
“This fight will be a stepping stone for me to dominate that division by winning the WBO, WBA and IBF world titles (as well).”
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