Soon after winning his maiden title in the super welterweight division [Ghana] – Musah Rahman Lawson has set a new target for himself. That is, hoping to become a world champion in the next two years.
The Prisons Officer [Rahman Lawson] stopped Bernard Ayittey Tagoe through TKO [Round 2] to annex the national title on Sunday night at the Odwira Fight Night show put together by S3 Promotions in conjunction with the celebrations of the traditional festival of the Akropong Akuapem in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
“I’m so delighted to win the first title of my career but to me this is just the beginning of a very long journey to the world stage.
“I am ready to face everyone in the division and conquer them and be a world champion in the next two years,” he told Sportsinghana.com in the aftermath of the win in Akropong.
“I thank my management for this opportunity and also to my fans for believing in me. Thank you all and I say keep believing and praying for me, I promise you I will win the world title for all of you,” Lawson added.
The 28-year-old boxer [Lawson] was part of the Ghana national boxing team [Black Bombers] that represented the nation during the last edition of the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast of Australia in April, 2018.