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Sulemanu Tetteh, Biography

Sulemanu Tetteh

Sulemanu Tetteh is a professional Ghanaian boxer who made his international debut at the 2010 AIBA Youth World Championships where he reached the second round.

  • Date Of Birth : 18/08/1992
  • Place Of Birth : Accra
  • Height : 167cm
  • Coach : Ofori Asare
  • Club : Reformers
  • Stance : Orthodox
  • Number of bouts : 62 (53-0-9)

Date of Birth

Sulemanu Tetteh was born on 18 August 1992

Age

He is currently 28-years-old

Career

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In 2010, Sulemanu Tetteh participated in the AIBA Youth World Championships, reaching the second round.

In 2012, he qualified for the London Olympics.

During the 2012 Summer Olympic games, Sulemanu Tetteh competed in light flyweight boxing, where he lost to Puerto Rico’s Jantony Ort*z in the first round.

His earlier success in 2012 included a gold medal in the light flyweight division at the ECOWAS games.

He was one of 12 athletes who received scholarships from the Ghana Olympic Committee for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Recently, he qualified to represent Ghana at the Summer Olympics in 2020.

Tokyo 2020 ( Update )

In the Tokyo 2020 Olympics boxing, Sulemanu Tetteh has qualified for the round of 16 after defeating Marte de la Rosa Rodrigo.

Tetteh, who is the captain of the Black Bombers, scored a 3-2 victory after winning the last three rounds of the fight on Monday morning.

The victory against Rosa Rodrigo means the boxer is now one step closer to the medal zone after losing in the first round of the Men’s light flyweight division at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

They scored the bout 3-2 for Sulemanu.

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