SUPER middleweight boxer Joseph Kwadjo's return to his homeland, Ghana for a World Boxing Organisation title fight has been postponed for a second time.
The 27-year-old was initially slated to face Shalvo Jomardashvili for the WBO International Super Middleweight championship on August 25 but organisers moved the fight to October 27.
This time, because of a WBO meeting between officials, the 12-round fight has been pushed to November 24.
Kwadjo said despite the change he would continue training and preparing for the match.
"The WBO officials are having a meeting in America and they will be busy for the whole week as the meeting will end on October 28 (Sunday)," the former Universal Boxing Organisation Intercontinental champion said.
"The promoter had to change the date of the fight to November 24 and we will be leaving the country on November 1," he said.
The orthodox stance boxer said they would leave a few weeks early so they could train for a while in Ghana before the fight.
He will spend a few weeks with his family there after the fight before returning to Fiji.
Georgian Jomardashvili has fought 39 fights, of which he lost only five. He won 20 of his fights by knockout.
Kwadjo on the other hand has fought 26 times and lost on five occasions.
The fight, one of six under Golden Mike Boxing Promotions will be held on August 25 at the Accra Sports Stadium in Ghana.