Kwadjo, 24 years old at the time, had not read
the same script, and put on a wonderful
performance. He was more accurate and more
active than the home-man, and deservedly went on
to win by unanimous decision with scores of
118-111, 118-114 and 115-113.
UBO Inter-Continental Super Middleweight
Champion, “The Pride of Osu”, went on to add the
IBF Australasian title in his very next fight,
traveling to Australia to shock 19-1 Jamie
Pittman by seventh round knockout four months
period was probably the peak of Kwadjo´s career,
as he started losing tough fights against mostly
world-class opponents. But he did have some
success, stopping Ali in two rounds of a 2011
rematch, and a comebacking former UBO World
Champion Kali Jacobus in 2018.
Kwadjo has moved permanently to Fiji and is
presumably still active and looking for new
Joy Ali boxed six more times, winning two and
losing four, before he died prematurely in
January of 2015, only 36 years old. He
reportedly died in hospital after attempting to
commit suicide following a family dispute.