Boxing News of Thursday, 8 September 2016
Ghanaian professional boxer and former IBF Welterweight champion, Joshua ‘Hitman’ Clottey, has announced he will return to the ring in November 2016.
The 38-year-old has fought just once since 2015 after he defeated former Middleweight champion, Anthony Mundine in 2014 and this got many to question whether he was contemplating on retiring from the sport.
But the ‘Hitman’, in an interview with Starr FM, dispelled those rumours as he sets November this year for a return to the ring.
“I will be returning in November this year hopefully. I am still active and training. We will confirm the opponent soon.
“Everything is going on well. Ghanaians would soon see me in the ring. Many thought I have retired but I have been training all this while.”
Clottey’s boxing record stands at (39 Wins 5 Defeats and 22 TKOs).