The Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA) has officially announced that boxer Freezy MacBones has undergone a change in nationality, switching from Ghana to the United Kingdom (UK).
GBA President Abraham Neequaye confirmed that the boxer made this decision just before his professional debut.
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Originally known as Seth Gyimah, Freezy MacBones initially approached the GBA to acquire a license for boxing but ultimately decided to compete as a UK national, surprising the authorities with his last-minute change.
“We sent him a message. And they can check it from Freezy himself. Before he fought in the UK, he came to Ghana to get a Ghana Boxing Authority license,” Neequaye told Romeo TV.
“He came for our license but when he wanted to fight and they wanted to get a release letter from us, he changed it to fight for the British. He was supposed to come for a release letter from us but he said he wanted to fight as UK national.”
In his most recent bout, Freezy Macbones displayed unparalleled determination and skill, ultimately emerging victorious.
The resounding success not only solidified his position as a rising star but also captured the hearts of fans worldwide.
The remarkable tale of Freezy Macbones serves as a testament to the power of perseverance and the possibility of achieving greatness against all odds.
His journey has resonated deeply with people from all walks of life, offering hope and inspiration to those striving for a better future.
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