Freezy Macbones’ next fight set for June 16
Ghanaian-born British boxer Seth Gyimah popularly known as Freezy Macbones is set to return to the ring for another bout after making the headlines a few weeks ago with an impressive win.
The 33-year-old cruised to a four-round decision victory over Darryl Sharp, improving his record to 2-0 (1 KO).
Speaking in an interview with 3Sports, Freezy Macbones indicated that he was willing to get more fights in his bid to be a World Champion in the future.
“I want to fight every month. That’s my dream. That is what I want to do now. Because of my age.
“I am 33 now. I agree it’s not going to be easy but because of my mindset and how dedicated I am to the sport.
“I want to be the best of myself. I need to come out quickly. I’m still speaking with my manager and I am expecting another chance.”
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Fortunately for him, his request to get back into action with another opponent has finally been granted with his manager Thaddeus Adomako revealing June 16 as the date for his boxers’ next bout with a yet-to-be-named counterpart.
He added that Freezy Macbones was pleased with the support from Ghanaians and was willing to impress them once more in his next assignment.
“We want to let you know that his next fight is going to be on the 16th of June 2023 in London. It will be live on the fight app.” Adomako told Angel TV.
“We try to focus on the positives, and the positives we try to focus on are that they see Freezy as a beacon of hope. Like he can bring Ghana boxing back to the full front of things.
“All the negatives, we look at it and turn it the other way.” Thaddeus Adomako added.