Aboderin Lauds Nigerian Boxers, Imoleayo, Tajudeen For Defeating Tanzanian Opponents In Dar-Es-Salaam



President of the West African Boxing Union, (WABU) Mr. Remi Aboderin has commended the efforts of the two Nigerian boxers, Solomon Adebayo Imoleayo and Tope Musa Tajudeen for making the nation proud at the recently held continental boxing challenge bouts held in Dar-Es-Salaam capital city of Tanzania

Nigeria’s heavyweight boxing sensation, Solomon Adebayo Imoleayo knocked out his Tanzanian opponent, Hamisi Palasungulu within two minutes in first round, to improve his record to 10 knockouts out of 10 professional fights, becoming more fearsome to other boxers in the heavyweight category on the continent of Africa.

Nigeria’s Tope Musa Tajudeen also defeated another Tanzanian boxer, Mohamed Pesa by unanimous decision to improve his record to 14 wins, one draw and 0 loss, with 12 knockouts after the bout held inside the SuperDome Arena, Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania.

“I’m happy our boys are doing greatly, Imoleayo has been wonderful since turning professional less than a year now with ten straight wins by technical knock-out (TKO); the fear of Imoleayo is the beginning of wisdom for heavyweight boxers on the continent now, I must tell you”, Aboderin noted.

He added that Tope Tajudeen Musa, aka ‘TP Rock’ has also continued his dominance of the light heavyweight category with his killer form. “He is fast establishing himself as a world class fighter with impressive 12 knockout wins in his 14 fights, am sure they will soon make a mark on the global boxing scene”, said Adoderin who doubles as the General Secretary of the Nigerian Boxing Board of Control (NBBofC).


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