Listen to WBC president Jose Suliman as he promises #1 contender, Ajose Olusegun a shot at the Jr. Welterweight title for his next bout. Fast-forward to the 39th minuet of the interview by Leave-It-In-Ring Radio Show. Listen Here!
AJOSE OLUSEGUN “I’LL BEAT MORALES AND GARCIA ON THE SAME NIGHT”
By David P. Greisman - BoxingScene.com
He is the No. 1 contender.
He is the mandatory challenger.
He is waiting, as he has waited for a long time, for his shot at the world title.
Ajose Olusegun has watched as Erik Morales fought for the World Boxing Council’s junior-welterweight title instead of him. He has watched as the WBC decided to allow Morales to defend that belt next against Danny Garcia instead of him. And he will watch Morales face Garcia this month, waiting for his shot at the winner. Read More…
AJOSE OLUSEGUN “AT 140 POUNDS, I CAN BOLDLY SAY THAT I WOULD FIGHT AND BEAT ANYBODY.”
By Anson Wainwright - MaxBoxing.com
Patience is a virtue that Nigerian-born Ajose Olusegun has learned throughout his professional boxing career. First, he based himself in London where he has fought much of his career, winning British and Commonwealth light welterweight championships, taking him to an impressive 30-0 (14). However, the now 32-year-old southpaw couldn’t augment his achievements into a fight with any of the champions thus curtailing his British adventure and bowing to the allure of the American dream. In his American debut, Olusegun beat Ali Chebah last September to become the WBC’s mandatory challenger to the Erik Morales-Danny Garcia winner later this year. Read more…