Former World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Bantamweight Champion Joseph “King Kong” Agbeko says he is roaring back to his former self to become world champion again.
Agbeko, 40, (37-5-0) made the comment at the weighing-in of his Saturday night Super Flyweight bout against Albert Commey in the Cabin/Box Office Promoted Boxing Day Rumble at Dansoman in Accra.
Agbeko tipped the scales at 117kg and soon noted that his fight Saturday night will be a test case for his revival and return to world title stardom.
The highlight on the night however, will be a 10-round Welterweight contest between world title hopeful Patrick Allottey and Victus Kemavor.
Allottey who weighed-in at 155.3 as against Kemavor who tipped the scales at 143.4 was hopeful that he will kayo his opponent.
“I will stop him and look for a world title challenge,” he stated.
The night will also witness cagey bouts involving a six round super featherweight contest between Issufu Yusuf and Joshua Owusu, a heavyweight contest involving Richard Ashong and Ismael Djan and another six-rounder involving Gabriel Coffie and Godwin Kofi Appiah in a lightweight contest.
An eight round super welterweight contest will see Emmanuel Quaye clash with Raymond Ansah.