Three of the 14 boxers scheduled to fight at GOtv Boxing Night 13 will go home with a total sum of N4million in addition to their fighterâ€™s purse. The cash is attached to the Mojisola Ogunsanya Memorial Prize for the best boxers at the event.
The best boxer will go home with N2.5million, while the two runners-up will win N1million and N500, 000.
Among the boxers that will on parade are past winners of the best boxer award. They include Olaide Fijabi, Oto Joseph, who had more than once won N1million, the sum previously attached to the prize, and Rilwan Babatunde, who won N2million at GOtv Boxing Night 11.
A total of seven bouts are scheduled for the event, with the biggest being the African Boxing Union (ABU) lightweight title decider between Nigeriaâ€™s Oto Joseph and Abdukrahim Mohammed of Egypt. Next to it is the ABU light welterweight clash between Fijabi and Shadrackâ€ Kobero of Tanzania.
In the other title fights, Nigeriaâ€™s Abolaji Rasheed will defend his title against Arye Ayitteh of Ghana, while Baby Face and Chijioke Ngige will duel for the national lightweight title.
Three challenge bouts are on the card. In the lightweight category, Rilwan Oladosu will confront Kehinde Badmus, while Jimoh â€œHogan Jimoh Jr.â€ Lukman will fight Rilwan Opatola. The middleweight division will see Matthew Obinna up against David Awosika.
Ticket-holding fans will be taken in buses, free of charge, to the event venue from the National Stadium and brought back at the end of the show.