Nigerian British boxing sensation, Larry Ekundayo will be making a return to the ring on March the 3rd at Brentwood centre after a successful hand surgery which has in the past prevented him from performing better. He announces to his fans.
Regarding the operation, Ekundayo said “I had surgery, I’ve started to use my hand again in sparring and I’m looking forward to getting back in the ring,”
“I had a bone growing out of place and it was affecting nerves in my knuckles. It was causing me really bad pain before my last fight, but I had to just get on with it. The bone has been shaved back, so I’m recovering well and I can use my hands properly now.” he added.
He said on his Instagram page;
“I I’m delighted to announce that I will be making my return to the ring on March the 3rd, at Brentwood centre.
I want to thank everyone who has supported me during my recovery from hand surgery, particularly Peel Aston Global.@kh
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March 3rd encounter will be Ekundayo’s first outing since he suffered his first pro loss, dropping a split-decision loss to world-title challenger Gary Corcoran July 2017.