Sena Agbeko is a Ghanaian-born, Nashville-based boxer with an impressive record of 27 wins, and 2 losses with 21 knockouts so far. He is currently the WBC USA Super middleweight champion and is tipped as a prospect for a World Championship bout.
His recent victory was in a fight in October this year against previously undefeated and highly rated Isaiah Steen (16-0) at The Bally’s Atlantic City.
Sena Agbeko was born in Anyako and grew up in Keta before moving to the big City and then eventually the USA. And he has remained true to his roots and proud of his identity.
This is what he shared about his childhood memories and experiences with his Grandmother;
“My grandma has always been my sword and my shield! My earliest memory of her was when she had me strapped to her back on a canoe as she made the journey from our island hometown, Anyako to the mainland Keta.
She brought me to the city and changed my life forever. She’s 96 and is slowly losing her senses but a grandma always knows her grandson. That love is ever binding, ever strong. The energy is undeniable and forever connected. A grandmothers love is forever and always!
I just had to bring my WBC USA belt to show her! With it, I also got the news I’d been elevated to the top 15 in the world. I’ve never cried as much as I have on this trip but I am happy, I am full and like she’s always done for me, I feel recharged. She raised a WARRIOR KING and i promise I’ll make her even prouder. I LOVE YOU DANGA! ❤️❤️❤️.”