Female cruiserweight boxer, Bolatito ‘Black Tito’ Oluwole, has declared that her ultimate aim at GOtv Boxing Night 29 is to be the first female winner of the best boxer prize.
The overall best boxer on the night will take home the Mojisola Ogunsanya Memorial Trophy and N1m cash prize.
Black Tito will face Celina ‘Pretty Assassin’ Agwu, in a national cruiserweight title challenge bout at the Molade Okoya-Thomas Indoor Sports Hall of Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos on September 24. The bout is one of the six lined up for the night.
“My ultimate aim on the night is to make history by becoming the first female to emerge as the overall best boxer at GOtv Boxing Night. I am very confident about beating Pretty Assassin, and my plan is not just to beat her, but to do it well. I will beat her hands down, so I can stand a good chance for the money,” Black Tito said.
The night will also feature a national lightweight challenge clash between Azeez ‘Latest’ Ayobami and Emmanuel ‘Ability’ Abimbola. In the night’s national super flyweight challenge bout, Yusuf ‘Omowest’ Mohammed will battle Sifon ‘Best’ Iwatt.
The bantamweight category will feature a national challenge bout between Sodiq ‘Happy Boy’ Adeleke and Ibrahim ‘Golden Boy’ Opeyemi, while Arabambi ‘Power’ Ojo will also face Tunde ‘Turning Star’ Olojede. Taiwo ‘Gentle Boy’ Olowu will also take on Ganiyu ‘Energy’ Kolawole in a national welterweight challenge bout.
GOtv Boxing Night will broadcast live on SuperSport Variety 4 (DStv ch 209) and SuperSport Select 2(GOtv ch 64 Channel).