Ghanaian boxer Seth Gyimah, also known as Freezy Macbones in the professional circle, expressed his belief that he had a strong performance and deserved to secure the victory during his qualifiers for the 2024 Olympic Games.
The UK-based fighter appeared visibly disappointed with the judge’s decision, asserting that he successfully landed numerous impactful punches compared to his opponent.
“Ideally, I could’ve won the fight. And if you see the fight, I was landing good shots and the guy did not even hit me like that.
He couldn’t hit me. Most of the punches he threw, I kept moving my head but it is what it is,” he said in a video shared by Sports Obaman TV.
Freezy Mcbones was defeated by his Senegalese opponent, Seydou Konate, during the 2024 Paris Olympics Games qualifiers held in Dakar. This marked a setback for him as he lost on his amateur debut, thereby missing out on securing an automatic spot for the Olympics.
However, he still has another chance to qualify through the Asia and Europe playoffs scheduled for 2024.
Freezy Mcbones was the second among the seven Ghanaian boxers scheduled to participate in the qualifiers.