Dublin’s Francy Luzoho is expecting to steal the show again when he makes his second professional outing on Assassin Boxing’s ‘Clash of the Titans’ card.

Luzoho, 24, claimed prior to his first outing in the paid ranks that fans could expect one of the best debuts in Irish boxing history when he faced previously unbeaten Sam Jones. 

It lasted only a matter of rounds as the Congo-born hitter stopped his opponent to make a serious mark on the scene. The fight was later nominated for “Debut Of The Year”. 

Later this month he is scheduled to face another fighter with a winning record in Martin Quinn at the National Stadium in Dublin. 

And he is expecting to steal the show when he makes his return to the ring. 

He said: “I asked for my debut fight to be a game opponent and my team got Sam Jones over from England with a great record and I knew I would do the business.

“I’m planning on doing the same again, I knew I would get the win in an emphatic fashion before and this time I’m planning on making even more noise live on TV.

“Boxing in general and Irish boxing is booming at the minute and I want to be the one that everyone is talking about.

“I have got a great team round me, the sparring has been great and we know what we need to do come fight night but it needs to be emphatic.

“Just getting a points win doesn’t interest me, it’s got to be a full on performance and that is what I am planning to do. 

“From the start to the finish I know that I need to put on a show for fans – the people that pay the money. It starts from when you walkout, just make sure you tune in for that!