Emmanuel Tagoe is a known and loved Ghanaian professional boxer.
Emmanuel is presently 33 years old, as he was born on January 10, 1989, and held the IBO lightweight title from 2016 until 2018.
Emmanuel is ranked number ninth best active lightweight globally as of August 2020 from, the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, and The Ring has him rated tenth.
Tagoe made his professional debut on June 19, 2004, in Accra, Ghana, against Lante Addy, losing by fifth-round technical knockout (TKO).
Likewise, He faced former world champion Mzonke Fana for the vacant IBO lightweight title on December 2, 2016, at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra, with a record of 26–1 (13 KOs).
Emmanuel won unanimously (UD), with two judges scoring the bout 120–106 and the third scoring it 120–107 in a fight that saw him score two knockdowns in the first round.
After the final bell, Fana slumped in his corner, requiring emergency medical attention from the ringside physicians. Before the results were released, he was rushed to a hospital.
Emmanuel Tagoe has recently claimed to be the richest boxer in Ghana. His estimated net worth is more than $3 million, including his assets and properties. However, his exact wealth is still unknown.
He told Happy FM he wanted to state that he is Ghana’s richest boxer unambiguously. No boxer in Ghana can currently compare to him since Asamoah Gyan, and Baffuor Gyan are financially backing him.
Emmanuel also told the broadcaster that he is the finest boxer in Ghana right now, and has a successful boxing career and he makes his money as a professional, but he also earns from sponsorships and ads.
Emmanuel states that he intends to become a monk after his boxing career. The majority of Emmanuel’s earnings came from his Yeezy sneakers.