Dublin will play host to a professional boxing card for the primary time since March of 2019 it was confirmed tonight.
Boxing Eire have revealed they may return to the Capital with the Celtic Conflict sequence on November 20.
Celtic Conflict 13 will play out within the Nationwide Basketball Area as a part of a hybrid present with Martin Horgan’s newest Muay Thai installment.
It’s the primary time professional boxing will play out in Eire, outdoors of Belfast, since an identical Horgan card in Cork in July of 2019 and the primary time Dublin could have seen professional boxing because the Conflict of the Clans card in February of that very same 12 months.
Boxing Eire introduced the information on social media tonight and likewise confirmed Cavan’s Owen Duffy and Kerry teen Liam Walsh will seem.
Jake Hanney has additionally revealed he has a slot seem whereas his Crumlin his teammate Robert Burke is again in camp and will look to construct on his Struggle of the 12 months contender with Jamie Morrissey.
Boxing Eire’s different Dublin fighters resembling Stephen McAfee, Martin Quinn, Alan O’Connor and Dylan Wilson are all additionally more likely to commerce leather-based on the cardboard whereas there’s hearsay of a return for Irish champion Carl McDonald.
Dublin’s final card, which was broadcast on TG4 noticed eagerly anticipated derbies matchups between Eric Donovan and Stephen McAfee, Francy Luzoho and Martin Quinn, Aiden Metcalfe and Alan Phelan in addition to Graham McCormack versus Irish based mostly South African Jade Karam.
It stays to be seen whether or not related fights will likely be made for this card. Boxing Eire has proven they’re home prepared through the years and made Burke versus Jamie Morrissey for Celtic Conflict 12 as late as struggle week.
After that basic, Leonard Gunning revealed he had all, all Irish struggle night time plans however admitted Celtic Conflict 13 would show too quickly for that realisation of that dream.
“Individuals wish to see all Irish fights. Let’s make as many all Irish fights as we are able to. I might like to see a full card the place there wasn’t a person that hadn’t to get a flight to struggle on the cardboard. That’s the dream,” he informed Irish-boxing.com.
“I doubt it’s going to [happen on Celtic Clash] 13 as there are nonetheless a number of lads have to get out and a few lads growing however it’s the purpose and the extra of that type of struggle we are able to get on exhibits the higher.”