D. K. Poison the First Ghanaian World Boxing Champion, had an Amazing Interview with Kafui Dey
Renowned Journalist Kafui Dey sits down with none other than the legendary David Kotei, better known as D. K. Poison.
On September 20, 1975, D. K. Poison etched his name in the annals of Ghanaian sports history by becoming the first Ghanaian professional boxer to win a world championship title. It was a moment of glory that transcended the boundaries of the boxing ring, and now, we get to relive it through the eyes and words of the man himself.
Kafui Dey takes you back 48 years to a historic moment in sports history,
The date was etched in gold when D. K. Poison faced off against Mexican boxing sensation Rubén Olivares. The stage was set for an epic battle, one that would see two exceptional fighters go head to head for the WBC Featherweight title. Fifteen intense rounds later, history was made as D. K. Poison emerged victorious by split points decision. The world watched in awe as Ghana celebrated its first-ever world boxing champion. It was a moment of triumph that resonated with a nation and inspired generations to come.
Fast forward to today, and Kafui Dey, a journalist with a knack for uncovering untold stories, had the incredible opportunity to sit down with D. K. Poison himself. Their conversation, filled with nostalgia and the wisdom that only time can bring, promises to be a captivating experience for fans and enthusiasts alike. The video interview is set to drop on YouTube later today, and it’s an event that shouldn’t be missed.
D. K. Poison, a name that still echoes through the hearts of Ghanaians and boxing fans worldwide, will share his journey from a young boy with a dream to a world champion with a legacy. The interview promises to delve into the highs and lows of his remarkable career, the grit and determination that fueled his success, and the impact he has had on the sport of boxing in Ghana and beyond.
As we eagerly await the release of this exclusive interview, we’re reminded that true legends never fade away. D. K. Poison’s triumph 48 years ago was more than just a boxing victory; it was a testament to the indomitable spirit of the human will. It was a beacon of hope for a nation striving for greatness.
Stay tuned for the YouTube video release,by Kafui Dey.