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Caoimhin Agyarko has shown Eddie Hearn why he will headline big Belfast fight night in 2022

Belfast middleweight shows he’s an exciting work in progress

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In control: Caoimhin Agyarko dominated American Noe Larios jnr in their WBA international middleweight bout in Liverpool. Credit: Alex Livesey/Getty Images

In control: Caoimhin Agyarko dominated American Noe Larios jnr in their WBA international middleweight bout in Liverpool. Credit: Alex Livesey/Getty Images

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In control: Caoimhin Agyarko dominated American Noe Larios jnr in their WBA international middleweight bout in Liverpool. Credit: Alex Livesey/Getty Images

At just after 6.00pm on Saturday night in the Liverpool Arena, promoter Eddie Hearn sat down to watch his newly-signed prospect. Usually at that point he would have other things to take care of on fight night. Caoimhin Agyarko didn’t disappoint him, giving a glimpse of why at some point in 2022 he will headline a big show in Belfast.

American Noe Larios jnr was a game, unbeaten but limited foe - just the kind of opponent Agyarko needed on his first night under the Matchroom Sport banner. As auditions go to be the next headline act out Belfast, the 25-year-old can be happy with the manner in which he passed.


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