Lightweight boxer, Richard Commey, has promised to improve upon his perfromance in future fights after learning his lessons from his last fight against American Robert Easter Jnr.
Commey lost by a split decision to Robert Easter Jnr in their IBF lightweight title fight, with the three judges scoring it 115-112, 114-113, 114-113 after a fierce 12-round thriller at the Santander Arena in Pennsylvania, USA.
In an interview with the Graphic Sports on the way forward after losing to the American, the 29-year-old Ghanaian noted that he had moved on after the bout and was now focused on the fights ahead of him.
“The Robert Easter’s bout has already happened and it is past, I’m looking forward to new fights. The judges have already decided. It was a good fight; we both gave our all and I believe I did my best”, he recalled.
Commey said he was yet to meet his trainer to decide on his next opponent but was hopeful of returning into the ring soon.
He said he had intensified his training regimen and would soon get into the ring for a final eliminator against a yet-to-be-determined opponent.
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