Irish middleweight boxer Caoimhin Agyarko proved practice makes perfect by hitting back at a hater on Twitter.
Agyarko posted a series of videos showing him practicing combinations in training, followed by clips of him using those same punches in fights to score knockouts.
The hater commented on a training video of Agyarko saying, “still flashy on the pads but he doesn’t do any of that in his ffs fights.”
Agyarko responded by saying “Aight mate”, accompanied by a video of him throwing a devastating uppercut and a left hook to the body, which was the shot he used to drop Jez Smith in their 2020 clash.
As if that wasn’t enough to silence the hater, Agyarko followed up with another clip that had the caption, “Just another one for you, please retweet so your two followers can see it.”
The video shows the Irishman practicing a left-to-right hook combination, which he used to loop Juan Carlos Rubio’s knees in his last outing earlier this year.
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Agyarko, 25, is currently 11-0 in his fledgling professional career, but he’s garnering plenty of plaudits and tipped for big things.
He fights at 160 pounds and has an extremely exciting punching style that has led to his seven knockouts so far.