Six Irish fighters confirmed for CHOQUE CELTA 11 – Irish Boxing

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It’s a case of Choque Celta, because the Celtic Conflict sequence heads to Spain.

Boxing Eire have confirmed the eleventh instalment of their widespread combat sequence will happen Alacante subsequent month.

Six Irish fighters have been confirmed for a present co-promoted with KO Boxing and set for the Guardamar Area and June twenty sixth.

Boxing Eire had hoped to deliver the sequence to Spain late final yr and had a December 20 present booked for the town of Murcia. Nevertheless, like so many playing cards final yr, it turned a sufferer of the pandemic.

Boxing Eire did get fighters out in Luxembourg within the meantime and witnessed Katelynn Phelan scored a sensational stoppage win over Jessica Schadko in Germany however this marks a return of the Celtic Conflict.

Certainly, after 9 Celtic Conflict combat nights in three years, June twenty sixth would be the first since Celtic Conflict 10, which came about in Belfast again in February of 2020.

Boxing Eire has assured the sequence isn’t on the highway for good. Actually, they hope to return to Belfast in October and hearsay suggests they’ve December Dublin hopes.

“We’re again. Final present overseas earlier than we return to Eire. This time it’s a visit to Alicante, Spain for Celtic Conflict 11. Can’t wait,” they Tweeted.

Confirmed up to now on subsequent months card are Belfast’s Owen O’Neill [5(0)-0], who shall be seeking to register his second win on the highway and second win of 2021, Kellie Maloney’s cost Cathy McAleer [4(1)-1], who shall be seeking to put her first profession defeat behind her within the sunnier climes of Spain and Kerry’s gentle heavyweight Kevin Cronin [3(2)-0] additionally go work on the invoice.

Crumlin boxing character Martin Quinn [3(1)-1(0)] fights for the primary time since he registered victory over Francy Luzoho within the Nationwide Stadium in March 2019.

Julio Cesar [3(1)-4(3)] additionally seems as he appears to be like to construct on his late 2019 stoppage win over Derry’s Sean McGlinchy, whereas Cork’s Danny Keating [3(3)-0], who has not too long ago teamed up with coach Tony Davitt, makes his European debut.



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