Super bantamweight boxer Wasiru Mohammed of Ghana has set his sights on becoming a world champion following his win over Tanzania’s Loren Japhet.
Last Saturday, Mohammed went on a rampage, dropping his opponent twice before the referee ended the fight in the 11th to crown him the African king in the super bantamweight division.
The victory extended his impressive record to 11 fights with no defeat or draw. The 22-year-old Mohammed believes the time has arrived for him to take his craft to the world.
“My time is now, I am now ready for the world title and ready to face anyone in the world in my division,” he stated.
He was backed by his trainer who is of the conviction that Wasiru is prepared to take on anyone in his weight class.
“His time is now and is ready for the world title and ready to face anyone in the world in his division.
“Wasiru is ready to devour whoever comes his way. He is focus and determined to be the world champion this time”.
Wasiru is ranked 13th by the WBO and is now in a great position for world title bout.