Posted by Prince Dornu-Leiku on Aug 4, 2011
Ray Narh’s fight in Macau postponed to August 27

Ray Narh’s fight in Macau postponed to August 27

By Prince Dornu-Leiku

Sugar Ray Narh praying

The WBC international super lightweight championship fight between Ghanaian Sugar Ray Narh and Prawet Singwancha of Thailand scheduled for China mainland of Macau this Saturday July 30 has been postponed to August 27 due to some technical challenges.

Narh, (25-2, 21 KOs), famously known to his fans as the Emperor is smarting from his second career loss in his last fight against American Mike Alvarado last May 7. It is a defeat he blamed on an illness hours before entering the ring, and is counting on victory against the experienced Singwancha (46-3-2, 26 KOs) to authenticate his claim for bragging rights among the big boys of the light welterweight division of world boxing.
Now he has to wait a bit longer to state his case against the 34 year old Singwancha who has held the WBC International Light welterweight belt since taking it via a unanimous points decision victory over Heri Andriyato in April 2009 and has previously also twice challenged for the WBA Lightweight world title.
“Nothing much, I’m just a little sad but it’s going to give me a little more time to practice to go for the kill. I just want all of my true fans to take note of the new development and keep on supporting me with their prayers,” Narh told SportsInGhana.com from his USA base.
It is however not too clear if the rescheduled fight on August 27 will still take place at the Venetian Macao Casino, Macao, Macao S.A.R., China.

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