Bukom Banku arrives in London for first fight outside Ghana
Ghana’s popular cruiser weight boxer, Braima Kamoko, better known as Bukom Banku is in London ahead of his first professional bout outside Ghana.
The ever bragging Bukom Banku has already predicted a 5th stoppage of his opponent Ferenc Albert, and urged his fans to pray and support him to the fullest.
Ferenc Albert who comes from Hungary in an interview also promised a R3 KO, which makes the bout an attraction to draw more fans on Saturday 7 September in London, Breford City.
Ferenc Albert has a record fight of 27, winning 15 by knock out and losing 16, out of which he has lost by a knockout 10 times.
He was born on 29-03-1993 in Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romaniahis, though his hometown is Jánoshalma, Hungary.
The 175cm tall boxer has a reach of 174cm and takes to stand the Orthodox style.
Bukom Banku has also suffered only one lose in his career against Bastie Samir, and has since won all his fights and looks very good to give London boxing fans a good performance.
Bukom Banku born 17 August 1980 until October 20, 2017 had an undefeated record of 28-0-0 (21 K0). However, on October 21, 2017, he suffered a TKO defeat to Bastie Samir at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra, Ghana, in a seventh round.
He currently has 30 fights, winning 29 with 21 KOs against one defeat.
Braimah first rose to prominence by winning a bronze medal in the Heavyweight 1999?All-Africa?Games organized in Johannesburg,?South?Africa in September of 1999.
Kamoko won the WBO Africa Light Heavyweight title in 2011, and the WBO Africa Cruiserweight title in 2012.
Kamoko suffered some periods of inactivity, leading him to the entertainment scene as a musician and entertainer as well as campaigner for former President John Mahama.