Braimah Kamoko, known as Bukom Banku, said he would have to face a lot of shame if he did not win against Ferenc Albert from Hungary on Saturday.
Bukom Banku had his first win outside Ghana after defeating Ferenc Albert on Saturday.
Kamoko stopped his opponent from Hungary in Round 3 of his duel, which took place in St. George’s Hall in Bradford.
The fight was arranged by the Monarch Event and Promotions.
Kamoko’s last big fight was in October 2017, when he lost at Bukom Boxing Arena against his rival Bastie Samir.
Before the match, Kamoko said the match was an opportunity to remind everyone of his abilities and skills, adding that Albert would see a very short fight.
Bukom Banku on his way to England as he prepared to leave Ghana, quoted:
“Tell me a Ghanaian champion who has never felt defeat before, like Azumah Nelson, Joshua Clottey, Ike Quartey, Joseph Agbeko and others.
I learned a lot from my defeat against Samir Bastie and I hope to show it on the night of the fight in England. Listen, this is my first international professional battle and I intend to make a mark.
I will stop it (Albert Ferenc) in the 5th round. This fight will not be far away. I’m telling you. “
Kamoko said he would travel to Germany and the US, where he would look for opportunities to compete for World Titles.
Sources near Kamoko said that he would travel to parts of Europe before returning to Ghana.
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