‘BANGING’ READY TO
PUT ON A SHOW
‘Banging’ Benny Kite (18-6-1) has weighed in looking fierce and fit ahead of his Australian Welterweight title fight with Ben Horn (4-3) tomorrow night at the Fortitude Music Hall.
Kite is coming off a close points loss in his last bout and has his sights set on regaining the Australian title over Horn (Jeff Horn’s brother) by making a statement with his trademark tenacity and never give in attitude.
“I’ve never felt better coming into a fight and I’m ready to put on a show with my best performance yet” said Kite.
If Kite defeats Horn, he will become a two time Australian Welterweight Champion after first capturing the belt in September of 2020
“This fight camp I’ve been working on my speed and power to make sure there’s no doubt who the best welterweight in Australia is.”
“I’m 100% focussed on delivering a dominant performance tomorrow night in the ring.”
“Big thanks to my team at Fortitude Boxing and all my supporters who have been with me every step of the way.”
Ben Kite (31) is originally from Cairns, now lives in Springfield and trains under Luke Meldon and Steve Deller at the Fortitude Boxing Club in Bowen Hills
High Res photos from weigh in and training available for use - https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1F24K_5hpMvXVrjNdRDitx00Kf5XqAoGI?usp=sharing
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