Ghana’s light heavyweight boxer who has not fought for a while, Sena Agbeko recorded a one-sided unanimous decision win over America’s Timothy Hall Jr. last Friday night at the State Fairgrounds Sports Arena in Tennessee, U.S.A.
Agbeko who was fighting for the first time in three years gave a good account of himself against the American in their scheduled lightheavyweight contest billed for six rounds.
“Grateful to God for the win! It was a good 6 rounds of good work after 3 years of inactivity. My shop is officially open for business baby,” he posted on his official Facebook wall after his win.
Agbeko has thus improved his fight record to 16-1, (15 KO’s) while Hall’s record stand at 9-24, (5 KO’s)
The Ghanaian from the Volta region is looking for an opportunity to get promoted to fight for any of the world titles, but he wants to be a WBC or IBF champion.
From Sammy Heywood Okine