- 13-year-old Joseph Awinongya Jr, a rising Ghanaian boxer has become a force to reckon with in the sport
- The young boxer who resides in the U.S.A has already won 13 amazing national titles in boxing at his age
- Aside from his successes in boxing, the young Ghanaian super-star is also known for his benevolence to the needy in society
Joseph Awinongya Jr, a 13-year-old Ghanaian boxer who is resident in the United States of America keeps making Ghana proud with his relentless successes.
According to a news report sighted on Ghanaweb.com, Joseph has won a total of 13 great national titles in the U.S.A with boxing.
He won the Silver Gloves National Championship three times, St. Louis National Championship two times, Jr Olympic National Championship two times, Wisconsin National Championship two times and the USA National Championship.
Joseph is also National Champion at the Western Elite Qualifier, King of the Jungle National Champion and Power Gloves National Champion.
Aside from his superb successes in boxing, the young Ghanaian super-star is also known for his benevolence to the needy in society.
He recently received massive praises and blessings from the chief and people of Ashaiman when he donated $500 to the Motherly Love Foundation to help care for children with HIV on September 4, 2020.
Prior to that, Joseph had made a commitment to financially support one Paulina Anokye to undergo surgery to remove a spinal tumour.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Efe Ajagba is already relishing a chance to face two-time world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, claiming he has more skills than the British-Nigerian champion.
Ajagba who holds a hundred percent record in the ring having won all his 13 bouts with 11 knockouts is a major prospect in the world of boxing.
The 26-year-old Nigerian who was born in Ughelli Delta state says he has what it takes to beat Joshua who currently holds the WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO titles.
The round-one maestro scored the fastest victory in boxing history in a match against Curtis Harper, winning via one-second disqualification after Harper walked out of the ring.
He insists Joshua does not possess what it takes to beat him, however admitting that he respects him.
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