ABORIGINES FIGHT NIGHT RE-SCHEDULED TO APRIL 19
Aborigines Promotions card slated for February 15 dubbed ” Clash of the Titans” with it’s main bout featuring the two time world champion Joseph “King Kong” Agbeko in a defence for his WBO Africa Bantamweight title against Hashimu Zuberi at the Aborigines Beach resort has been rescheduled for April 19.
Speaking with the matchmaker for the card “We have to call off the fight on the 15th of February and schedule it to April 19 due to low publicity of the fight.” He confirmed to BoxingGhana.com
Agbeko 38, (35-5, 26KOs) who is currently ranked number four (4) by the WBO will be making his second defence after defeating Ekow Wilson on a round ten (10) knockout in their clash. Agbeko won the vacant title when he came against the then undefeated Ugandan chap Frank Kiwalabye.
Zuberi 23, (15-3, 5KO) set up this clash after defeating a fellow Tanzanian debutant in round three (3) of an eight (8) round contest.
Emmanuel Martey (14-0, 10KOs), the WBO Africa Super Middleweight belt holder is also billed on the card for a defence of the title against an opponent to be announced later.
John Koudeha 28, (15-1, 12KOs) a Ghanaian based Togolese will also come against Manyi Ibill, 26, (12-2-2, 9KO) in a WBO Africa Middleweight championship.
The night will also see a National Super Lightweight title contest between Anama Dotse clashing with Richard Amenfu and Tackie Annan Locking horns with Nathaniel Nukpe.