Braimah Kamoko, popularly known as Bukom Ghana has recorded a victory in his first ever fight to be staged outside the shores of Ghana.
Bukom Banku knocked out his German opponent, Tojhat Bilgetekin in the third round of their bout which took place at the St. George Hall in Bradford, United Kingdom.
Bilgetekin didn’t put up much of a fight as he was outclassed by Bukom Banku.
Bilgetekin was knocked down in the third round and lay on the floor even after the referee had counted him out.
It is worthy to note that Bukom Banku was initially billed to fight with Hungarian, Albert Ferrenc however, Ferrenc pulled out and was replaced by Bilgetekin.
Indeed, “empty” Bilgetekin cannot stop Bukom Banku from swimming in the pool of success.
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Braimah Kamoko aka Bukom Banku, got his first ever victory outside Ghana after he knocked out Ferenc Albert in Bradford, United Kingdom on Saturday.
Kamoko stopped his Hungarian opponent in the 3rd round of their bout which took place at St. George Hall in Bradford.
— Gabriel Obu (@GabrielObu1) September 7, 2019