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Osumana Akaba is a professional boxer from Ghana. He is the current WBA Super Featherweight champion. He has held the title since 2019. Akaba was born in Accra, Ghana, on 7 August 1980. He began boxing at the age of 12 and had his first professional fight in 2001. He has since gone on to become one of the most successful boxers in Ghana, winning multiple titles including the WBA Super Featherweight title. Akaba is known for his aggressive style of boxing and has a record of 28 wins, 4 losses and 1 draw. He is currently ranked as the #2 Super Featherweight in the world by BoxRec. Outside of boxing, Akaba is an active philanthropist and has been involved in numerous charitable causes in Ghana. He is also a member of the Ghana Boxing Association.
|43 years old
|7 August, 1980
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Osumana Akaba Net Worth
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With a record of 10 wins and 3 defeats Akaba travelled to the UK in May 2008 and took on England's Paul Truscott for the Commonwealth featherweight title in Middlesbrough. Akaba was considered a step up in class for Truscott at the time and ended with a good win for the Englishman over 12 rounds. Akaba bounced back from the defeat when he beat the South African fighter Tshifhiwa Munyai in July 2008 over 8 rounds in Dagenham. Munyai was a highly touted fighter in the UK and had scored some good wins over Martin Power (twice) and Lee Haskins.
Akaba made his professional debut in January 2001 with a win over Sarouna Mamoudou in Kaneshie, Ghana. His first defeat came two fights after when he lost to Abdul Malik Jabir for the Ghanaian super bantamweight title once again in Kaneshie. Akaba avenged his first defeat five fights and five wins later when he beat Jabir for the vacant WBC International Featherweight title this time in Ghana's capital city Accra. Akaba would lose the belt in his first defence over 12 rounds to Jeffrey Mathebula in South Africa. It was the first time Akaba had fought outside his native country.
Osumana Akaba (born August 7, 1980) is a Ghanaian professional boxer who has challenged for the Commonwealth title at two different weights.