As Liberian boxers cry for support and promotion, their Ghanaian counterparts are moving ahead as Middleweight boxer Joshua Clottey recently vanquished his Australian opponent in a title fight in Australia.
Though reports from Ghana indicate that since Clottey’s victory, he is yet to receive his title, he is set to return to Ghana without it.
Clottey outpointed Australian Anthony Mundine in Newcastle, Australia in their World Boxing Association (WBA) International light-middleweight title.
Reports further say it is a traditional practice for a boxer who wins a match to be presented with his title, the absence of the WBA International belt on the night of April 9, 2014 is very much troubling.
"I raised questions but it seemed to me that they did not expect me to win the title," Clottey told journalists after the bout.
Reports also say he called his manager in the United States on the matter who also spoke to the authorities in Australia and was promised his title within days.
Clottey’s next is opponent is American boxing legend, Floyd Mayweather Jr sometime this year based upon terms and conditions that defined his fight with Mundine.
Clottey, 36, automatically becomes the number one contender to Mayweather Jr's light-middleweight crown. Clottey, has recorded 38 wins, including 22 knockouts, and four losses.