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Prince Larbie: Ghana’s Youngest Boxer Causes Stir; Thrashes His ‘Big Brother’ in Recent Viral Video

Ghana’s youngest boxer, Prince Larbie, aka ‘Prince The Buzz Larbie’ has thrashed his ‘senior brother’ in a boxing ring in a fierce battle that came off on Saturday, November 9, 2019.

In a trending video on social media, 7-year-old Prince Larbie could be seen unleashing heavy punches on his colleague amateur boxer who appeared far older than him.

Representative imageRepresentative imageTheir fight was held at Jollof Rave on Saturday November 9, 2019.

Prince Larbie is a seven year old young boxing talent at the Will Power Gym inside Jamestown in Accra, Ghana.

The passion driven young boxer who already has his eyes set on the world title is the son of boxing trainer Daniel Larbie and Matilda Ahiadu.

Prince’ father Larbie is a boxing trainer at the Will Power Gym formerly owned and managed by the late Napoleon Tagoe.

Prince Larbie, aims to clinch the world title for Ghana 13 years from now.

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