Joseph Agbeko, has said that he has set sights on winning a world title this year.
The former IBF Bantamweight champion revealed he will busy in 2016 because his management has planned four fights year.
After about eight months out of the ring, the 35-year-old who holds a fight record of 30 wins and 5 losses, triumphed in his last bout against Juanita Rubillar with a fourth round technical knockout victory in May last year, has began talking to boxers about a return.
With a return to the field certain, Agbeko wants to give his kids and Ghanaians a world title.
“I am definitely going to be very active this year and as you know I never give up at least some big fights this year,” Joseph ‘King Kong’ Agbeko told Starr FM.
He added: “With this I am working harder and always been in the gym and my kids also want a title as well as the country.”
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