About Freezy MacBones
Freezy was always interested in boxing, he remembers walking miles through a forest when he was younger in order to watch a Mike Tyson fight in the next village, as they had electric. Freezy Started boxing from 2017 at the age of 27 and has surprised many people over the years with his sheer hunger and dedication to the sport. During his Amateur days, Freezy was working 2 jobs, day and night, which was hard as training was at the forefront of his mind. He used to run with his boxing gear in tow, from Oakhill Road to Wimbledon (9 miles) to work as a kitchen porter at Rhubarb, life was tough at this point and Freezy had to quit one of his jobs so he could focus the time he needed training.
1st Amateur fight at Miguel’s gym Freezy had a 25 second KO, following that when he started training at Double Jab, he had a 9 second KO which is the quickest they had seen!
Freezy was also a Haringey Gold Medal Champion in 2019.
Training, eating and working on repeat… the mindset and focus of a champion!
In 2019 a video was released of Freezy knocking out someone far bigger than himself, which grabbed the attention of the likes of 50-Cent & Mayweather. Now he had more eyes on him, it was time to let the World know about Freezy Macbones. Coming from humble beginnings has given Freezy hunger and desire, including the will of a champion in and out of the ring that does not turn down opportunity, is not afraid of working hard, supports his community and will do what it takes to succeed and provide for his family.
Preferring to go by his ring persona Freezy MacBones, the 31-year-old is poised to turn pro – and he has already enjoyed a stunning audition.
A trial fight was arranged by a promotional company, wanting to see what the Brixton-based slugger was all about.
He went in the ring against a man significantly bigger, but soon had him knocked spark out with his head resting on the bottom rope.
Reflecting on the fight, the light-heavyweight told Sky Sports: “Everything was cool until he hit me hard.
“Everyone was asking, who is this guy? That’s how it happened.”
“Let’s put joking aside, that’s what I asked for and I have it.”
That came in 2019 – and now the Ghana-born bruiser has revealed the announcement for his debut pro fight will be made soon.
He took to Twitter to say: “Announcement for my first professional fight will be out soon can’t wait …”
Tyson was described as having a ‘peekaboo style’ of boxing, using the angles and ducking in and out – something MacBones clearly follows judging by his training clips.
And of course there was the stunning 44 KOs in 56 fights that made him one of the most-feared heavyweights of his time.
MacBones moved to London from Ghana in 2012 and has only been boxing for around four years – but has already created a menacing aura about him.
He has shared clips of him in the gym with former WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua.