October 3, 2017
TWENTY ONE Ghanaian boxers have made it to the latest ratings released by the Commonwealth Boxing Council, following its directors’ conference at the Marlborough House in London, over the course of September 27-28.
At that conference attended by Peter Zwennes, president of the Ghana Boxing Authority, the Ghanaian fighters were rated in nine weight divisions.
Duke Micah (champion) and Prince Octopus Dzanie (provisional) made it in the bantamweight division while Emmanuel Quartey and Raymond Commey were rated in the super bantamweight division.
In the featherweight division, Felix Williams and Isaac Sackey (provisional) got rated, while super featherweights Maxwell Awuku, Joseph Laryea and Oluwaseun Joseph Wahab also made the ratings.
Lightweights Richard Commey, Rafael Mensah and Sheriff Quaye were also rated, as did Robert Quaye and Kpakpo Allotey in the super lightweight division.
Others rated include welterweights Frederick Lawson, Richmond Djarbeng and Patrick Allotey.
Also, middleweight Obodai Sai and super middleweights Emmanuel Martey, Habib Ahmed and Emmanuel Agyei Anim make up the list of Ghanaian pugilists rated by the CBC.