Ghanaian boxing champion Joshua Clottey has opened up on some of his major fights as a boxer.
Joshua Clottey revealed in an exclusive interview on Angel FM that his bout with Richard Gutierrez was the toughest among all other fights in his boxing career.
The Accra-born sportsman indicated that he suffered several conditions after their match and that made him his match with Gutierrez as the toughest in his 24 years of professional boxing.
Joshua Clottey disclosed that he urinated blood after facing Richard Gutierrez in an IBF Inter-Continental championship.
Aside his challenges, Clottey also spoke about his successes in his career.
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“I fought Margarito, Zab Judah, Pacquaio, Cotto but my toughest test was Richard Gutierrez, I remember I urinated blood when the medics came for my urine samples for test. After that bout I vowed never to allow any of my children to take boxing as his or her profession” he told Accra based FM station Angel FM.
“In the round 4 of the bout, the guy was hitting me so hard I indicated to my corner to throw in the towel but my coach insisted I fight on…,” he said.
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