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News: Sarah Ochieng; Fortuna-Franco; Narh-Robinson

INTERNATIONAL BOXING FEDERATION AFRICA (IBF/AFRICA) – DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA - You can easily liken her with a PIII student or a fresh model who happen to put on gloves but, there is more to this affably pretty and shy Kenyan boxing star Sarah Ochieng than you can chew. To start with, she is known as the defender of the underprivileged in her area and she takes no cue from anybody who want to undermine those close to her. The beautiful paid ranked slugger known for her hard hitting ferocity punches. Her fury in the ring is not easily contained.

Sarah Ochieng come from  the Western Kenyan city of Kisumu. She was raised by a fish mongering family and to her; fish diet is what made her skin health, soft and beautiful. She was once a finalist to the beauty parget. Sarah is BLACK, sweet, warm, soft and strong AFRICAN whose only purpose in the ring is to dispatch her opponents as fast as she can.
 
No later than August 30, 2013 her fury and ferocity punches may be properly utilized but, alas to whom other than the Princess Royal of African boxing Helen Joseph, the one and only "IBF Intercontinental Female Featherweight Champion".
 
This may be an ominous task for beautiful Sarah who want to emulate her heroines Conjestina Ocheing better known as Conje to her friends and Kenyan public at large. Sarah Ochieng (not  related to Conje) is an astute beautiful woman who happen to take a different turn in life and embrace boxing. She is the cutest of all the female boxers that Kenyan has ever had and a darling of the media as would the public.
 
Together with Conjestina Ocheing they have feminizing Kenyan boxing fraternity with the tonic of their beauties! This is perhaps why most Kenyans identify with the name "Ochieng"

 
Sarah's journey and her comfortable life in the SHOW BIZ would be majored by how far she can contain the amazingly punching power of the Ghanaian based Nigerian Princess Royal of African boxing Helen Joseph. The duo will meet in August 30, 2013 at the Accra National Sports Stadium. They would join other Ghanaian boxing luminaries the like of Issa Samir and Aryee Ayittey as they hassle each other for the "IBF World Youth Jr. Middleweight Title".

The two beautiful sluggers would be inline for the "IBF Intercontinental Female Featherweight Title" which Princess Royal of African boxing Helen Joseph won against the beautiful Hungarian slugger Mariana Guyas on May 3rd, 2013. Helen has promised her fans to spit fires and defend her title with all what she has. She will welcome Sarah with her open arms but, reminded her of the consequences that comes with her heroine attempt!
 
This would be yet another epic battle for Ghana that is reeling from recent breathtaking and star studded IBF competitions and this one would surely give boxing spectators their money worth.
 
Discussing the strategies used to enlist so many star boxers in his stable, Henry Manly-Spain who is the CEO of the Golden Concept Business Group tells the story of nationalism and business acumen. Manly-Spain's only interests is to equip Ghanaian boxing fraternity with several world acclaimed boxers who would promote the great nation of Ghana to the international scene.
 
"Boxing is tourism. It is business. It is economy. It is life."  said Manly-Spain. "We would use boxing to promote this great nation which Osagyfo Kwame Nkrumah made it Paradise for all those who are seeking freedom and prosperity" concluded this major businessman who is known as the Muttest (Godfather) to his friends.
 
The questions in the minds of many boxing fans is who would emerge the winner between these two beautiful sluggers? This one billion dollars question will be answered on August 30, 2013 as the two African beauties KISS the face of "SWEET SCIENCE"
 
Watch this space for more news on Helen Joseph and Sarah Ochieng's rumble for August 30, 2013 

Congratulations TEAM Helen/Sarah: Henry Manly-Spain, Kofi Dukku-Rackets and Micahel Tetteh. Africa is proud of you!  

"Nothing else like IBF/AFRICA as it advances African interests to the Global professional boxing fraternity"  

They Call it AFRICA. We Call it HOME.

The United States Boxing Association (USBA) and International Boxing Federation (IBF) continental body to Africa, Middle East & Persian Gulf

NEWARK, DE —Below are the weigh in videos plus interviews for Friday’s championship doubleheader from the Bob Carpenter Center in Newark, Delaware.  In the main event, Ray Robinson battles Ray Narh for the USBA Welterweight title and Dorin Spivey takes on undefeated Samuel Kotey Neequaye for the NABA Lightweight championship.  The fights will be streamed live on www.pandafeed.tv beginning at 7pm est for $9.99

FULL WEIGHTS

Ray Robinson 147 vs. Ray Narh 146.4
(USBA welterweight title)
Dorin Spivey 134.4 vs. Samuel Kotey Neequaye 134.8
(NABA lightweight title)
Omar Douglas 133.2 vs. DeWayne Wisdom – Will weigh in Friday
Frankie Filippone 170.2 vs. Taneal Goyco 172.4
Andrew Farmer 138.4 vs. Hector Marengo 140.2 (139.4)
Joey Tiberi 135.8 vs. Miguel Rodriguez 137.4

Tickets for the Live event cost $25, $35, $45, $65, and $95 and can be purchased atticketmaster.com and at the Bob Carpenter Center by calling 1-800-745-3000 and atwww.champsmanagement.com

The show is promoted by Champs Management and they can be contacted athttp://www.champsmanagement.com

For More Information on www.pandafeed.tv , contact:

Weights from Miami, Oklahoma

Javier Fortuna 128 vs. Luis Franco 127.8
Kermit Cintron 146.2 vs. Jonathan Batista 147
Juan Carlos Abreu 144.2 vs. Puro Pairol 143.4
Marco Hall 133.8 vs. Cody Fuller TBA
DeAngelo Cunningham 133.6 vs. Mason Wicket 132.2
Clifton Thames TBA vs. Lavale Wilson 129.6

Dillon Cook 157.2 vs. Joel Vargas 159
 
Venue: Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma
Promoter: Warriors Boxing and Sampson Boxing (in association with Tony Holden Productions and the Buffalo Run Casino)
TV: ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, broadband Spanish-language ESPN Deportes+ and WatchESPN
Tickets: Reserved: $25.00, Premium: $40.00 and Platinum: $60.00 - call (918) 542-7140 or http://www.buffalorun.com/entertainment.aspx

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