Boxing: Freeze MacBones reaffirms optimism in winning gold for Ghana

Ghanaian Boxer Seth Gyimah, also known as “Freezy MacBones” has reaffirmed his optimism in winning gold for Ghana.

Upon his return from the UK, he has declared that he would represent Ghana at the upcoming 2024 Olympic qualifiers in Senegal.

The 33-year-old boxer tells Citi Sports in an interview that he is thrilled to be back in Ghana and that he is prepared to do his best for the boxing community in Ghana.

“We are looking forward to bringing victory, a lot of gold, a lot of medals in general, back to Ghana, when we make our way to Senegal.

“It is going to be entertaining, and it is going to be fun, but at the end of the day Ghana is going to take a lot of medals and for me, I am going to do a lot more for myself and support the country.”he stated.

Freezy MacBones, who is now in Ghana, has joined the Black Bombers, Ghana’s boxing team for the qualifiers in Dakar, Senegal before the 2020 Olympic Games, which will take place in Paris.

According to the Ghana Boxing Federation’s president, Benard Quartey, the goal is to have a healthy mix of international and domestic players on the Black Bombers team.

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