Monday 15th April 2019

Following a hugely successful start to his boxing career, including two successive wins, Caoimhin Agyarko will take centre stage once again in his next bout at Wembley Arena on 27th April. 

The six time Irish national boxing champion made his professional debut in Brentwood last year and has since gone from strength to strength winning his first wo fights by knock out. The 22 year-old Agyarko relocated to London from Belfast to start his professional career and is currently training at the renowned iBox gym alongside the likes of British champion Johnny Garton and European title challenger Bradley Skeete. 

Seeing Caoimhin take centre stage at Wembley is very exciting and Queensberry is proud to support Caoimhin as he continues his journey as a professional. 

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Paul Sargent, Chief Executive at Queensberry commented: 

I'm really looking forward to seeing Caoimhin in action at Wembley, he's made for the big stage. What he has achieved so far is only the start of a great career and long may his success continue. As I have got to know him better I have become even more impressed by his drive and ambition. He has a very mature attitude and Queensberry is proud to be fully behind Caoimhin and wish him the best of luck." 

Caoimhin Agyarko commented: 

I am raring to go and can't wait to keep my undefeated streak going - it will be an honour to be able to perform at Wembley. I am so grateful to the support that Queensberry has provided me, it will allow me to continue my hard work with the aim of becoming a boxing champion for my nation - bring on Saturday 27th April!"