Unbeaten world-rated super bantamweight inks deal with Cameron Dunkin
D&D Boxing are delighted to announce that Wasiru Mohammed has signed a promotional deal with Cameron Dunkin.
Mohammed (12-0 11 KOs) has repeatedly caught the attention with some eye-opening victories in his native Ghana. Most recently he knocked out Ghislain Vodounhessi in four-rounds.
The big-punching 24 year old and his team are confident that he can be a force at super bantamweight.
“I want to thank Cameron Dunkin and D&D Boxing for giving me the opportunity to shine,” said Mohammed. “I want to thank my manager John Manfo for believing in me.
“I can’t wait to fight in America. [Angelo Leo and Stephen Fulton] are nice boxers, I wish to fight with them. Let’s do it, let’s fight, I’m ready for business. I don’t fear anybody at super bantamweight.”
“I am delighted to add Wasiru to the D&D Boxing team,” said Dunkin, who currently promotes Jaron Ennis and Brandun Lee but has worked with a cache of world champions including Kelly Pavlik, Tim Bradley, Diego Corrales, Nonito Donaire and Johnny Tapia. “I think Wasiru is an exciting fighter, with really good power and think he’s a great addition to our stable.”
“We are very happy and excited to be given this opportunity to work with Cameron Dunkin and D&D Boxing,” said manager Manfo. “We believe his outfit is best suited to help Wasiru Mohammed reach his goal as a world champion.
“We look forward to our journey together and pray for success.”
News on Mohammed’s American debut will be announced in due course.