Ghanaian boxer Joshua Clottey is set to return in 2017 after two years out.
Speaking to Sportscrusader.com, the former welterweight title holder revealed plans to end his hiatus.
“I’m in US now waiting for a confirmation of when i will fight. I’m hoping that by the end of the year i will have two fights.”
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Clottey in his prime was one of the most feared welterweights in boxing with his crab defence style a worry to many an opponent. His career is littered with fights against several marquee names including, Zab Judah,Miguel Cotto,Manny Pacquiao and Antonio Margarito.
Now campaigning as a middleweight, Clottey’s last appearance was a unanimous decision loss to Gabriel Rosado in 2015.