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Ghana boxer Seth Gyimah promises to bounce back ‘stronger’ after defeat to Senegal’s Seydou Konate

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Seth Gyimah, popularly known as ‘Freezy Macbones’ has reacted after his defeat to Senegal’s Seydou Konate in a qualification match for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris on Saturday, September 9, 2023.

Gyimah fell short against Konate, dealing a significant blow to his aspirations of donning Ghana’s colors at the forthcoming Olympic Games. The judges ruled the tie 4-0 in favour of the Senegalese.

He still has a shot at making the Olympics through the Asia and Europe playoffs, despite losing.

Fans criticized him on various social media as they were shocked after his performance in the bout,  however, Gyimah has assured them that he would bounce back ‘stronger’.

“I am very devastated by today defeat but nevertheless I always take positive thing from a negative situation. I will bounce back, I will be back stronger. It is not over yet.”

“I would like to sincerely thank Ghanaians for their support and my teammates as well. Love you all,” the boxer shared in a Twitter post.

Gyimah fell short against his formidable opponent, dealing a significant blow to his aspirations of donning Ghana’s colors at the forthcoming Olympic Games. The judges ruled the tie 4-0 in favour of the Senegalese.

Senegalese boxer Seydou Konate defeated Freezy Macbones in the 2024 Olympic Games qualifying matches in Dakar, Senegal.

He lost his Amateur debut match and was unable to move on in the qualifying rounds, which would have guaranteed him a spot in the Olympics.

Freezy Macbones still has a shot at making the Olympics in 2024 through the Asia and Europe playoffs, despite losing.

Fans reacted about his defeat and criticized him on various social media platforms as they were shocked after his performance in the bout.

However, Freezy told and assured his fans that he would bounce back stronger. And this may be a wake up call for him.

He says, “ “Am very devastated by today defeat but nevertheless I always take positive thing from a negative situation. I will bounce back, I will be back stronger. It is not over yet.”

“I would like to sincerely thank Ghanaians for their support and my team mates as well. Love you all,” the boxer shared in a Twitter post.

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