in

Meet the 8-year-old Ghanaian boxer who started boxing at age 4

Meet the 8-year-old Ghanaian boxer who started boxing at age 4

Boxing is one of the most popular games in Ghana. It is undoubtedly the second most followed game in the country at the moment. It is loved by several Ghanaians and that has made some Ghanaians teach their children how to box. One of the children that was lucky to be taught how to box at his tender age is Prince Larbie, commonly known as “The Buzz”.

Prince “Buzz” Larbie is a Ghanaian juvenile boxer who started boxing at a very young age. He started boxing actively at the age of 4. According to research he is from Jamestown a town or suburb in Accra.

Prince Larbie is currently 8 years old and he started boxing at the age of 4. According to Saddick Adams popularly known as Sports Obama, Prince won several titles in 2018 and he is the best juvenile boxer in Ghana.

It has also been revealed that Prince Larbie is able to throw 150 punches in a minute and his trainer who is also his father is massively preparing him for the Olympics games in 2032.

Sports Obama has also revealed that he wants to be a WBC champion one day.

Saddick Adams revealed this hidden information about the prince to the general public through his Facebook platform called Sports Obama.

“Prince ‘The Buzz’ Larbie is 8 years.

– Started boxing at age 4.
– The best juvenile boxer in Ghana
– Has won several titles since 2018
– Able to throw 150 punches in 1 minute.
– His dad/trainer preparing him for 2032 Olympics
– Wants to become a WBC champion one day”

Source: https://gh.opera.news/gh/en/sports/0cc238001af0339b2ad9c89342f174f1

COMMENT BELOW

drop your comment below 👇

Your email address will not be published.

Altercation at a Oakland gas station leave one dead

Altercation at an Oakland gas station leave one dead

Marc Cucurella completes Chelsea move on a six-year contract