Sena Agbeko: Goes after world title from Artur Beterbiev camp

Ghana's Sena Agbeko (27-2, 21 KOs) comes into the potentially biggest card of the year, Davis vs Garcia, where he will co-headline against the Cuban David Morrell (8-0, 7 KOs) who currently holds the WBA super middleweight title since 2021. 

Sena Agbeko who currently trains out of Tennessee, had last fought in October last year against Isaiah Steen with Sena Agbeko being the underdog, defeated the American in a technical fashion by way of unanimous decision over 10 rounds, placing Sena in the current world title fight against David Morrell.

In an exclusive interview with ProBox TV News, Agbeko expresses the big change in his professional boxing career, "Life has been going very well since the fight against Isaiah Steen in Atlantic City.” Agbeko Said “After the win I received a lot of attention, the most I have received in my entire career."

Agbeko, as a result of his victory in Atlantic City, was able to return to his hometown, he comments "After the fight I was able to go back to Ghana to see my family, whom I hadn't seen for over 8 years" where simultaneously returning from Ghana came the great opportunity to be part of Beterbiev's training camp.

 “After I got back from Ghana, I got the invite to go into camp with Beterbiev in Canada for 3 weeks while he was preparing for the fight against Anthony Yarde.” Agbeko added “It was good, Beterbiev is a hard puncher, he’s everything they say he is. It was a very good experience”

"I believe that the fight came in purely based of the win over Isaiah on Shobox, I think they were looking to match him hard [Morrell], and I had earned it off the back of the win, it was a good matchup, so I believe I was sought out, and that’s how it came"

Sena Agbeko who is at the top of his game in his career, wants to show everything he has worked for, and continues to build his public image. In a very competitive fight, the Ghanaian will have the opportunity to once again show the public from Las Vegas, who Sena Agbeko is.

"People expect it to be a hell of a banger, and it might be, but I think I’m gonna make it look easy. I know he’s a champion and he’s trained very hard” Agbeko continued “but you know I’ve been in the shadows for a very long time and a lot of people have been sleeping on me. In my last fight I felt like I was going to win, coming into the fight I was a +330 underdog. For me being an underdog is nothing new, they don’t see how you train or watch you sleep. They don’t watch you do the necessary things to make sure you get the victory. I’m covering all bases for this fight, I’m training hard, eating well and getting enough rest so come fight night I’ll be able to put it all together. For me the most important thing is fight night so once we get face-to-face, man-to-man, I believe everything else will fall into place.