- Dana White, UFC president, spots a talented Nigerian boxer
- The 51-year-old shared a video of the youngster on his Instagram page that has over five million followers
- It is unsure if he might be thinking of investing in the boxer who showed exceptional skills during training
A young Nigerian boxer has attracted the attention of the Ultimate Fighting Championship president Dana White after showing exceptional skills in training.
The unknown upcoming fighter was all dressed with a red pair of gloves in a location filled with other boxers who are perfecting their abilities.
The bold and swift youngster who donned an orange tracksuit and a while short expressed himself with an impressive display.
Meanwhile, the 51-year-old while sharing the video of the young man accompanied with the caption that says 'Africa' on his official Instagram page where he has over five million followers.
And the post has already begun to generate diverse comments from some of the people on his network.
With more sophisticated equipment and training, this young man might be competing on the big stage in the nearest future as they often require desired expertise to rise to stardom.
Nigerian star Efe Ajagba is already making waves across the globe as he is already eyeing an opportunity against the likes of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury, others.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Efe Ajagba is already relishing a chance to face two-time world heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua, claiming he has more skills than the British-Nigerian champion.
The 26-year-old Nigerian who holds a hundred per cent record in the ring having won all his 13 bouts with 11 knockouts is a major prospect in the world of boxing.
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Ajagba was born in Ughelli Delta state and he believes he has what it takes to beat Joshua who currently holds the WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO titles.
Also, Legit.ng added that Nigerian heavyweight boxer Efe Ajagba stretch his winning streak to 14 following his victory over Jonathan Rice in Las Vegas earlier this weekend.
The 26-year-old was declared the winner by a unanimous decision after being scored 99-91, 99-91, and 98-92 by the judges.
Ajagba had won 11 of his previous bouts through knockouts but was unable to replicate the same against the United States pro boxer.
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