Irish Pro Boxing Set To Be Electrified Saturday Night In Dublin!

Published On February 12, 2014 | By Niall Doran | Boxing News

nowhere2hyde

By Niall Doran

We are now only 3 days away from what will mark the best line up of professional boxing talent on display in Ireland in many years when NoWhere2Hyde put on a fantastic show at the National Stadium in Dublin this Saturday.

The show has confirmed top Irish and international talent that has now even drawn Argentinian TV’s attention who will be picking up television coverage on the night.

The event has even drawn interest from the famous Sky Sports Ringside TV boxing show in the UK, with a feature on Saturday’s card due to be aired tomorrow night on Sky Sports 1 (Thur Feb 13th, 6pm). This  bill is truly stacked top to bottom with competitive wars and will no doubt delight the many lucky Irish boxing fans who will be in attendance.

The following are the 7 fights confirmed for Saturday with doors due to open at 6pm:

7. Middleweight 10 rounds

Hassan NDam N’Jikam Vs Ricardo Marcelo Ramallo

 

6. Middleweight 6 rounds

Luke Keeler Vs Paul Moffet

 

5. Middleweight 8 rounds

Mark Heffron Vs Mateo Damian Veron

 

4. Light middleweight 6 rounds

Sonny Upton Vs Kevin Mcauley

 

3. Cruiserweight 10 rounds

Youri Kalenga Vs Cesar David Crenz

 

2. Middleweight 6 rounds

Darren Cruise Vs Robbie Long

 

1. Cruiserweight 4 rounds

David Maguire Vs Moses Matovu

– For anyone still looking for tickets there may still be a very limited supply left from ticketgroup.ie or the fighters on the show themselves. Saturday promises to be a very, very special night for Irish boxing indeed!

Tweet now

About The Author

Niall Doran
Founder of Boxing News and Views (@NiallerDoran). Writer at the Huffington Post. Digital marketing guy. Journalist. Irish tech entrepreneur. Avid Yellow M&M's hound! Favourite boxing related quote: "It's the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen." - Muhammad Ali

Comments are closed.