Ghanaian boxer, Justice Addy’s push for international boxing recognition will be tested on June 15th when he faces Scottish, Lee McAllister on June 15th for the World Boxing Union welterweight title.
The fight to be staged at the 10,000-seater Tony Macaroni stadium in Scotland, promises to be Addy’s major opening to boxing prominence having struggled to make an impression on the minds of neutrals.
Addy who has lost five out of 16 bouts, will be looking to bounce back with a win against the Scottish boxer after his loss to compatriot Joseph Lamptey far back in December.
McAllister, a 37-year old boxer, a former International Boxing Organization(IBO) International Super Lightweight Champion, is firm on his guard, looking to secure a win against the Ghanaian in a bid to lay claim to a bigger purse.
Reports also suggest that a lot of promoters are circling around with the recent administrative boost in Scottish boxing to cash in on the exploits of McAllister .