The management of Imax Media Group led by their group director Mr Fadi Fatal has engaged members of the board of directors of the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA) on various issues related to the upcoming Professional Boxing League Series.
February 5, 2022 has been earmarked as the first night of the Ghana Professional Boxing League.
The big event will take place at the Bokum Boxing Arena in Accra and will be broadcast live on Max TV with worldwide LIVE streaming plus updates through affiliated media channels.
Mr Fadi Fatal was accompanied by a team of heads of departments for Television, Radio and Online at Imax Media Group, who took the time to outline the framework of the project.
The two main partners deliberated for hours on the dynamics and responsibilities of the launch and beyond.
In addition, structures were mentioned about the type of support required from the GBA and all other boxing competition stakeholders.
Mr Fattal explained the dynamics of content development, production, delivery and management of boxers, managers and promoters to ensure that the television coverage and execution would be top class.
The Chairman of the Ghana Boxing Authority, Mr Abraham Kotei Neequaye assured all partners and stakeholders that he was sure of the huge impact the boxing project was about to make in the history of the sport in Ghana.
The GBA President was ably supported by the First Vice President, Mr. Rabbon Dodoo and members of the senior executive board, who contributed to the discussion and provided expert input for the impending launch.
Representing iMax Media were Head of Sports Yaw Ampofo-Ankrah, Production Director
Lawrence Sika Nartey, iMax OB Technical Director Michael Boamah, Head of Radio Frederick Amoah and Online Content Producer Elijah Twumasi, as well as veteran sportswriter/commentator Prince Annang.
The iMax executives took turns looking for relevant content and production inputs and explaining what needed to be done to elevate the project to one of the best of its kind in Africa and beyond.
Legendary Ghanaian boxing official Mr. JA Annang took the time to explain some technical issues related to the twelve (12) registered boxing schools and the participating boxers who were penciled in for the boxing competition.
The GBA President, Abraham Kotei Neequaye, expressed his deep gratitude to Imax Media Group for such an important commitment and then called on all stakeholders to play their part with passion and dedication for a successful project that will honor him. heart lies.
According to him, his ultimate agenda for such a wonderful initiative is to help nurture and nurture credible and long-lasting boxers who can bring credit to the country with countless world titles in the not-too-distant future.
The joint efforts of the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA) and Imax Media Group bring a concept back to Ghana’s boxing radar that was last seen sixteen (16) years ago.
Imax Media Group signed a US dollar 1.7 million development cooperation agreement for a period of 5 years with Ghana Boxing Authority to revitalize the sport and provide Ghanaian boxers with the platform to shape and nurture their talents and long term world champions.