Caoimhin Agyarko issues Belfast call to Eddie Hearn as he prepares for Dublin ‘return’

Caoimhin Agyarko is ready to get back on the knockout path to help convince promoter Eddie Hearn to add Belfast to his 2023 plans.

Agyarko is down to a perfect 12-0 record in the professional ranks, but has been sidelined for 10 months after needing surgery on a hand injury.

She has called this weekend’s comeback at Katie Taylor’s homecoming show in Dublin a “little comeback fight” and is hoping to put on a big performance in front of her home fans.

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And if Agyarko can make a statement at the 3Arena, then it could kick off another great night in his hometown.

He told iFLTV: “I want to headline shows in Belfast. This is the first step in showing Eddie (Hearn).

“When the fans come out and support me on Saturday night and I get a good win, it’s time to come to Belfast. It’s been too long since I’ve fought in Belfast.”

“I fought there in my fourth fight, and now I have an unrealistic fan base and can sell tickets. The Belfast fans have my back; all of Ireland has my back.”