David Morrell Jr. Vs. Sena Agbeko Pre-Fight Presser

David Morrell Jr. and Sena Agbeko headline Showtime’s final card as they held their pre-fight presser ahead of their super middleweight clash this Saturday.

Morrell Jr. is the WBA ‘regular’ champion, with an undefeated record of 9-0. His resume consists of eight KOs, making him one of the most devastating punchers in the division. A victory takes Morrell closer to securing a fight with David Benavidez, which could be an alternative if the Mexican fails to fight Canelo Alvarez. Morrell’s last fight was a devastating first-round stoppage of Yamaguchi Falcao.

Before the fight, Morrell was scheduled to face Agbeko. The latter pulled out after issues with his boxing licence. Agbeko is no pushover. His record stands at 28-2, with 22 wins by knockout. The Ghanian has five wins on the bounce, four of which were stoppages. The boxer fought in November as he stopped Bruno Romayin the second round.

In chief support, Chris Colbert and Jose Valenzuela face off in a rematch at lightweight. Colbert’s only loss has come from the former WBA 130-pound champion Hector Garcia. Valenzuela is on a poor run of form, having two fight in a row against Edwin De Los Santos and then Colbert.

Andre Berto and Robert Guerrero also return for a rematch. They first fought each other in 2012 and Guerrero came out victorious via a unanimous decision. Guerrero retired after beating Victor Ortiz in 2021, while Berto has not boxed since beating Devon Alexander in 2018. Here were the key moments from the presser. 


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