Ekiti born National Boxing Champion, challenges contenders
Victor Akinkuolie, Ado-Ekiti
The newly crowned National boxing light heavyweight title holder, and the current silver Medalist, in kick boxing Adewale Masebinu, (a.k.a)Masevex has thrown a challenge to any contender sure of himself to challenge him in a fight, saying he remains unbeatable.
The Ikere Ekiti born boxer, who he is aiming higher and training round the clock to ensure that he continues to win more titles in boxing said he would not stop until he gets to the highest World Boxing Champion (WBC), title.
Masevex, who represented Ekiti State at the recent National Sports festival where he won silver medal award in kick-boxing boasted that he will be waiting for any contender in the ring.
The National Champion, who said he has dedicated his latest award to Governor Kayode Fayemi made the declaration in Ado Ekiti while answering questions from journalists over his record of achievements in boxing.
The-28-years old graduate of History and International Studies from Ekiti State University said “I am the current national light heavyweight champion in Nigeria. I am the first Ekiti to win International medal in boxing and professional boxing”
Masevex, who disclosed that he beat Kabiru “KB Godson” Towolawi to clinch the title added that he Knocked out Towolawi in the sixth round of their scheduled twelve round bout at the GOTV Night 16 held at the Indoor Sports Hall of the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos on October 14, 2018.
The National Champion who explained that the title bout was one of the local and international contests which also featured nine bouts across different weight divisions said he started as a boxer in 2005 and turned a professional in 2015.
“I am a National Champion, apart from this, I also won Silver Medal In Kick Boxer at the National Sports Festival Abuja 2018, I won that award for my state, Ekiti.
“I remain unbeatable, I shall continue to train hard and work hard, I shall not stop until I get my target title, My focus is to win the WBA, WBO and IBF and bring honour to Ekiti and Nigeria.
Masevex who solicited the assistance of the governments and individuals in securing for him a promoter and a manager, said he has been without a promoter and manager since he turned professional three years ago, also urged well to do people in society to support boxing and invest in it.
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