Some of the best boxers in the world come from Ghana - from Bukom, a neighborhood of the capital, Accra, to be precise. Many young men hope that they can flee poverty by becoming professional boxers.
Joshua Okine wants to be the best. His father and his grandfather were fishermen, but he's been training twice a day for12 years to become world champion in the welterweight category, for boxers who weigh less than 66 kilos. His manager pays him 160 euros a month. He takes part in three to four professional fights a year and his ambition is unflagging.