The Lebanon House will come alive once again on Saturday when Junior Walaga Promotion and Consultancies stages its next boxing championship.
The championship has been tagged a night of repeat or revenge as Obodai Sai and Joseph Lamptey come face to face with with each other after their earlier clash back in 2009. With the Commonwealth Light middleweight title at stake this time, both boxers have vowed to undo each other in a fight that promises to be full of excitement.
Obodai won the first bout and for him, there will be nothing like revenge on the cards for him but Lamptey has described Sai effusions as empty boast and consequently asked him to prepare for a shock.
"Sai may have won the first encounter but he was lucky on the day. What he must know is that he may not be second time lucky because he will not survive my onslaught this time."
I have gotten used to his style and everything and currently in a very good position to give him a sound beating. It will be a sweet revenge for me and my fans,' he added.
That fight has already plunged the neighbourhood of the two boxers into tension and anxiety and come Saturday, the best among the two will be known.
On the undercards, Isaac Selom of Bronx gym and Ishmael Tetteh of the Sonia gym will sort things out for the national light middleweight title.
Both boxers are yet to carve a niche for themselves on the local scene and this fight represent an opportunity to do so.
There will be a national super bantamweight title fight between Razak Nettey of Willpower gym and Herbert Quartey of Akoto academy.
For the national super featherweight title, Nana Brenya Bee of Punch Right gym will battle it out with Prince Ofotsu of the wisdom gym.
In other bouts, Dodzi Kemeh will be up against Apovo Achille from Togo for an international welterweight contest whilst Raphael Mensah and Odalai Lamptey fights in a Super feather weight contest.
Samuel Kotey Neequaye will battle it out with a yet to be announce opponent in a light weight contest.