Sena “The African Assassin” Agbeko Prepares for WBA Super Middleweight Title Fight Against David Morrell
Ghanaian boxer Sena “The African Assassin” Agbeko is gearing up for the biggest fight of his career as he prepares to take on Cuban southpaw David Morrell for the WBA Super middleweight title. The fight is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 22, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas as part of the undercard for the Ryan Garcia-Gervonta Davis headline fight.
Agbeko, who has a record of 27 wins and 2 losses, is hoping to secure his first ever world title in this upcoming fight. He has made a significant change to his team in preparation for the bout, adding reinforcements to his coaching staff to ensure a world-class preparation.
Speaking about his training camp, Agbeko said, “Camp ahead of this fight is going really well. I have added some reinforcements to my coaching staff to make sure that we have a world-class preparation. In addition to that, I have been doing some mental training as well to deal with the pressure of this fight.”
Agbeko’s opponent, David Morrell, is the reigning WBA Super middleweight champion with an unblemished record of 8 wins in his professional career. However, Agbeko is confident that he can overcome Morrell and secure the world title.
“I am very confident on April 22nd we will be victorious,” Agbeko said.
Agbeko is no stranger to high-pressure fights, having previously fought for the Commonwealth super middleweight title and the WBO Africa super middleweight title. He has also been ranked as high as number 3 in the WBA rankings for the super middleweight division.
Agbeko’s fight against Morrell promises to be an exciting and intense matchup between two skilled fighters. Boxing fans around the world will be eagerly watching to see if Agbeko can secure his first ever world title and continue his rise in the sport.