VICTOR CALZADA-EL PASO TIMES Blood and sweat spray from Juanito Rubillar's head after a shot by Joseph Agbeko during the second round Saturday at the El Paso County Coliseum.

Ghanaian boxer Joseph Abgeko, last weekend won his Super bantamweight fight against Juanito Rubillar of the Philippines.

Held in EL Paso, Texas, he knocked out Rubiliar (49-23-7) in the fourth round, to land a win that should be crucial to his career.

The two-time IBF Bantamweight winner made a huge comeback statement with Saturday’s win, watched by a decent number at the Texas venue.

Agbeko, who was fighting for the fist time in seventeen months dominated for most part of the third round and gave the strongest indication of a possible TKO. He delivered it in the fourth round.

“I thank God for the strength for the comeback. I thank my team for believing in me. I thank everyone that supported this course” as he relishes the success of the fight night that brought Rubillar (49-23-7) his fourth straight defeat,” he tweeted after the fight.

Agbkeo’s record now stands at 30-6, 26 of which are by way of  knockouts.