Joseph Agbeko to make 3rd WBO title defense on November 2nd

Agbeko 1 World Boxing Organization (WBO) Bantamweight World title contender, Joseph Agbeko will make his third title defense against Gabriel Ochieng on November 2nd, 2019 at the Aborigines Beach Resort KETA, Volta Region. The Ghanaian boxer nicknamed ‘king kong’ defeated Tanzania’s Hashimu Zubera to win his 36th career bout in April 2019. In a fight night organized by Aborigines Promotions, Joseph Agbeko will fight Kenya’s Gabriel Ochieng (20-7-15KOs) on a night of boxing festival dubbed ‘Fist of Fury’. Among other boxers scheduled to mount the ring on the might are Togolese » Read More

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