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Oluwaseun officially signs for Streetwise Management

Ghana-based Nigerian boxer Joshua Oluwaseun Wahab [19-0, 12 KOs] has officially signed for new management team Streetwise Management.
Streetwise Management had announced back in January 2020 that they had signed the undefeated super featherweight but due to a few issues including the ongoing COVID19 pandemic had to hold off the official signing till now.
Speaking about the signing the man who goes by ‘Sensational’ Wahab Oluwasuen thanked his former management for how far they have brought him “First I want to thank my management who have brought me so far, from 0 to 19-0 is not easy, these people have worked so hard they have put their effort just for me to be in this position today.”
“I am glad for Almighty Allah for bringing Streetwise Management to the team, for them to work with me and I believe this relationship will take me far. I know that my team know the best for me for them to hand over me to Mr Bediako [Streetwise Management CEO] and I believe that very soon I will become a world champion.” Oluwaseun further said
Streetwise Management have added Oluwaseun to their impressive roster which includes Sherrif Quaye [19-02-01, 12 KOs], the Baby Faced Terminator Duke Micah [24-0, 19 KOs] and former IBF lightweight champion Richard Commey [29-03, 26 KOs] and according to Streetwise Management PRO, James Tetteh Mensah, the management is very pleased to work with Oluwaseun.
Mensah who was standing in for his boss and CEO of Streetwise Foundation, Michael Amoo-Bediako, at the signing revealed that Oluwaseun will still be working with his current trainer Charles Quartey “We are going to work hand in hand with them, he is going to still remain with his old trainer which is Charles Quartey, they are still going to coach Wahab make sure he is in the right shape, physically fit so we are not going to break away the team”
Speaking about the management’s plan for Oluwasen, James said “We have an agenda, our agenda is to make sure Wahab within a year or two will become a world champion in the division he is fighting”
Oluwaseun has signed a 3-year deal with Streetwise Management which is subject to renewal at the end.

by Leroy Hawkson|TalksAfrica.com

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