South African boxer wants to face Ghana's Duke Micah in the ring
Micah currently holds two titles – the WBO Africa and Commonwealth bantamweight belts. The 25 year old first won the WBO title in 2015 after stopping Ekow Wilson in round 8, for the Commonwealth title, he defeated U.K. based Zambian Matthew Chanda via split decision last November in U.K.
But Ramabeletsa wants to challenge Micah for the Commonwealth belt, adding that he is optimistic of taking away the belt from the Ghanaian.
“I want to fight Duke Micah, that is my immediate target. He is the Commonwealth bantamweight champion and I want to take him down,” Ramabeletsa exclusively told Pulse.com.gh from his base in South Africa.
“Micah is a good boxer, no doubt about that, but I have what it takes to beat him, I watched his fight against Matthew Chanda and I saw certain mistakes he did in the ring and I will use that to my advantage when he accept to fight me,” he added.
The Soweto native added: “Ghana can boost of great boxers, so sometimes it is good to fight Ghanaian boxers because they are very strong. But I want Micah’s camp to accept my call so that we can rumble,” he concluded.
In Ramabeletsa’s last fight which was August 2016, he stopped Kamil Jaworek, the bout took place in Guild Hall in Preston, U.K.