AJOSE TELLS NIGERIAN NIGHTMARE TO RETURN HOME
Posted: Aug 06, 2012
WBC Super Light Welterweight number one contender Segun Ajose who is billed to take on Lucas Martin Matthysse of Argentina for the Interim WBC Light Welterweight title slated for the United States of America on September 8, 2012, has charged former WBC Heavyweight Champion Samuel Peter to come back to Nigeria if he still wants to be reckoned with.
Ajose disclosed this to Complete Sports on Wednesday inside the Army Sports Camp, Maroon Barracks, Lagos,during his first training session in preparation for his upcoming world title fight.
"I told him that if he still wants to be in boxing, he should come over to Nigeria and I will share my coach with him- that is coach Joe Mensah. In boxing, you don’t just need the facilities, you need the human factor and I have a coach who when he asks you to do something and you do it, then success will follow,” he began.
“The coaches he works with, he hired them, and they don’t want to get fired. So they'll continue to tell him what he wants to hear and not what he should hear. They will do whatever they have to do to keep their jobs.
“But my coach doesn’t care; he tells you what he is supposed to tell you because he wants your success. Those guys don’t really give a damn; it’s about their own interest. He is a Nigerian, they are Americans."
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