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Agbeko Heads To America For Mares Training Camp

According to GNA Sports, Joseph Agbeko (28-3, 22KOs) has left the shores of Ghana for the United States, where he plans to stay until the day of his rematch with Abner Mares (22-0-1, 13KOs), scheduled for December 3rd at the Honda Center in California. Agbeko made his way to Kotoka International Airport in the company of his coach and other members of his team. Agbeko lost a controversial twelve round decision, and his IBF bantamweight title, to Mares in August. In the aftermath, the IBF ordered an immediate rematch.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Visceral on 10-12-2011

Welcome King Kong! P.S. you might want to invest in a chastity belt.

Comment by mshap on 10-11-2011

Agbeko needs to come out more aggressively this time and be more willing to engage Mares in exchanges -- and of course wear a metal protective cup....

Comment by Tomasio on 10-11-2011

[B][I]He better put on an extra padded, modified & stronger cup in his rematch against Abner"Golota"Mares!![/I][/B]

Comment by Rome-By-Ko on 10-11-2011

Hope his poor balls are ok..War Agbeko....:boxing:

Comment by -GDS- on 10-11-2011

Guess you could say he's coming to America :dunno:

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