In a recent sports development, Ghanaian boxer Seth Gyimah, known professionally as Freezy Mcbones, faced a setback in his middleweight bout during the 2024 Paris Olympics games qualifiers in Dakar.
He went up against his Senegalese opponent Seydou Konate and unfortunately did not secure a victory.
This event marked Freezy Mcbones’ Amateur debut, and the UK-based Ghanaian boxer was unable to advance in the qualifiers, preventing him from securing an automatic spot in the Olympics.
Despite this initial setback, he still has another opportunity to qualify through the Asia and Europe play-offs scheduled for 2024.
During the qualifiers in Dakar, Freezy Mcbones was the second Ghanaian boxer to step into the ring among the seven Ghanaian boxers slated to compete.
The other Ghanaian boxers still have a chance to secure a ticket to the Olympics, and they include Alfred Kotey, David Bawah, Asarah Apew, Theophilus Allotey, and Abdul Wahab.
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