JOSEPH Kwadjo has had his prayers answered after World Boxing Foundation (WBF) invited him for a meeting in Australia to discuss a possible world title fight later in the year.
Kwadjo's technical adviser Atulesh Prasad said WBF vice-president Terry Devlin had invited the Ghanaian born Fiji-based boxer later this month to seal the deal.
He said if the outcome of the meeting was positive then Kwadjo would get a shot at the WBF super middleweight title against holder Les Sherrington of Australia.
Sherrington won the WBF super middleweight title beating Oscar Daniel Veliz via unanimous points decision last month in Australia.
The 29-year-old Queenslander boasts an impressive record - 28 wins (17 by knockout) and six losses (KO 5) from 34 fights.
Prasad said they would be also looking at the possibility of bringing the fight to Fiji.
"Kwadjo will be meeting with Terry Devlin at the end of this month in Australia to discuss about this fight," Prasad said.
"He (Kwadjo) has been longing for a fight and this will be his best opportunity to get one. He is looking forward to meeting with Devlin and work out a deal for the fight to go on."
Kwadjo last appeared in a boxing program on November 26 where he knocked Joy "The Jet" Ali in the second round to win the vacant WBF Intercontinental super middleweight title.
He has been craving to enter the ring since but couldn't get a worthy opponent.
Earlier this year, Kwadjo who shot to fame after beating Ali in 2009, challenged Australia-based Taiwanese boxer Yao Yi Ma.
Last month, Yao accepted Kwadjo's challenge with the condition of fighting only in the junior middleweight division.
Kwadjo, fights in the super middleweight division while Yao is specialised in the light middleweight category.
Prasad responded to Yao's willingness to fight Kwadjo saying it was impossible for his 26-year-old boxer to lose almost 10 kilograms to fight in the junior middleweight category.
Kwadjo has fought 26 fights and won 21 (KO 16) and lost 5 (KO 0).
"Kwadjo is training well under the watchful eyes of trainer Gyan Singh. He is thankful of the support from the public especially his sponsors Grants Betting Limited, Friends Bar, Toorak Cafe, Road Sealing Services Limited and Metro Gym," Prasad added.