By: Roberta Gayode Modin
Ghana’s new Light Heavyweight sensation, Seth Gyimah also known as Freezy MacBones has urged Ghanaian youth take charge of their destiny and work toward their ambitions.
According to him, he believes in the saying that “hard work does not break bones”.
“Where you grew up, your background or environment does not determine what you’ll become. Look at me, a guy who grew up in a place with no light is here being interviewed on Ghana’s national television”, Seth Gyimah told Kafui Dey on the GTV Breakfast Show via Zoom.
The Ghanaian boxer worked as a mason in the Ashanti region and found his way to the UK in 2012. He later decided to build his career as a boxer at age 27.
The Light Heavyweight champion topped headlines after defeating veteran boxer, Darly Sharp on his Queensbury debut over the weekend.
He added that everything he went through made him stronger and prepared him for greater heights.