I’m looking forward to clinching gold medals for Ghana –Freezy MacBones

Ghanaian boxer, Seth Gyimah, popularly known as “Freezy MacBones”, has affirmed his belief in clinching more medals for Ghana.

He made this pronouncement on his arrival from the UK after opting to represent Ghana at the
upcoming 2024 Olympic qualifiers in Senegal.

In an interview with Citi Sports, the 33-year-old boxer says he is excited to be back in Ghana and is
ready to contribute his quota to the boxing fraternity.

I believe dreams do come true, there’s nothing better than coming back home to give a little bit of knowledge to support your country.

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.

Freezy MacBones, who is currently in Ghana has joined up with Ghana’s boxing team, the Black Bombers, for the qualifiers in Dakar, Senegal ahead of the next Olympic Games to be held in Paris next year.

The boxer recently hinted at representing Ghana at the upcoming Olympic Games in Paris, France, indicating that he had received an invitation to join the team as they prepare for the competition, as Ghana seeks to restore its image in world boxing.

The Ghana Boxing Federation’s objective is to have a good blend of foreign and locally based players for the Black Bombers team, as confirmed by the Federation’s President Benard Quartey.

The Black Bombers have begun training at Bukom’s Trust Sports Emporium to get in shape for the upcoming assignments.

Credit: citisportsonline.com


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