With all preparedness by selected boxers towards the Legendary Night Boxing scheduled for April 29, 2016 in Ghana; Manager/Promoter of Philippinian Super Flyweight title holder, Cris Alfante, Gabriel ‘Bebot’ Elorde Jr. has indicated that his boxer has intently sparred about 80 rounds the past 2 months in preparation to face Agbeko in the ring.
The Philippian Super Flyweight title holder, Cris ‘Asero’ Alfante will be bouting against Ghanaian 3x World Bantamweight Champion, Joseph ‘King Kong’ Agbeko at the Accra Sports Stadium.
According to Bebot, “Cris has been training for 2 months now and has sparred for 80 rounds in preparation of his fight against Joseph Agbeko.” Adding, “More so, he has still to make 30 rounds of sparring before he enters the ring with Agbeko.
Contacted by amalarbieafrica.com via email; Manager/ Promoter, Gabriel ‘Bebot’ assured Philippians and boxing enthusiasts asserting, “Cris will do everything to win this fight.
Born Chriscilmar Gonon Alfante, the Super Flyweight title holder has had 17 bouts with 11 wins (4 KOs), 5 losses (3 KOs) and 1 draw. His last fight was with Ryuko Maekwa (a draw) on November 7, 2015 at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan
Organized by Fresh King Entertainment and Box Office Sports Promotions; the #LegendaryNightBoxing was launched at Alisa Hotel in Accra on Tuesday, March 29, 2016.
Boxers for the action packed Legendary Night Boxing which comes off at the Accra Sports Stadium on April 29, 2016 are;
Ghana’s Joshua ‘The Hitter’ Clottey vs. Brazil’s Anderson Clayton
Ghana’s Emmanuel ‘Game Boy’ Tagoe vs. South Africa’s Mzonke Fana
Ghana’s George ‘Red Tiger’ Ashie vs. CID Ribeire and
Ghana’s Joseph ‘King Kong’ Agbeko vs. Philippines’ Cris Alfante
Story by: Ama Larbie @AmaLarbieAfrica