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Frank Odoi The Knock Out King Has Made It Again

One of the most frightening human beings ever to step into the boxing ring, Frank Odoi Ghanaian born based in Germany he is the currently real model of the supreme gladiator unbeaten and unbeatable. Yes indeed on friday 23 of august in Romania Galati he made another historical victory against Lukas Janik.

The fight was far from boring due to the interesting clash of styles. Janik would stalk Odoi and would occasionally pin him against the ropes. He also threw some few punches throughout the fight but Odoi used his superior defense and boxing technique and years experience to get the best of most of the exchanges.
Odoi won by knocking his challenger 1round with 2mins 20sec an amazing record, he is the undisputed world IBF champion conducting a reign of terror in the prize-fighting ring and earning millions of euros.
 Odoi the king returned his IBF tittle. Never before had one individual captured the attention of the wider world views via eurosport.
The IBF is an international Boxing Federation and it is one of four major organizations recognized by the IBHOF which sanction world championship boxing bouts, alongside the WBA, WBC and WBO.
On the same day and venue before his fight, Christian Hammer was able to knock his challenger.
Mr Erol Ceylan Chef executive officer of Ecboxing was very impress about the two fight.

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