Good opportunity for Kevin to cause an upset,on paper he's an underdog but being his pro debut it takes pressure off being underdog.
Look forward to it.
kevins had more than 6 semi pro fights i think, been around a long time.
Shauns only 21 i think, looked excellent at vision, good to see him staying active.
Shaun's 21, he's not underestimating Kev by any means, he was back in the gym Monday straight after his fight.
Kev's been about and I'm sure he fancies his chances.
I know this the wrong thread for the first part of this so sorry in advance.
Just watched the On Top show on ch 281 and really enjoyed it, I work most Saturdays so i don't get to Scottish shows very often, been to 2 OT shows and enjoyed them very much.
Quick question, why do the home fighters come into the arena first on On Top shows, when traditionally the visitor would come in first? Not a criticism, just wondering.
This is not always the case mate!
It's not really something we plan or not but is just the way based on changing rooms etc
Originally Posted by Stumac
We might give it a change for the next one
I like fighting after coming out first on On Top its good to establish that this is your territory!
more fight announcements soon....
James Macalister (Grip, DNFT) V Neil McGuigan (EFR Ireland) at Bantamweight
James was victorious at the last On Top and will be keen to continue his form against another Irishman who shares the same name as his last scalp (Barry McGuigan). James is moving up to the Bantamweight division so will be a big test against Neil who has won 2 titles in his last 2 fights (Man of War and Spartan FC Bantamweight titles)
This should make for an exciting and entertaining fight
Thanks for that James.
Not got a booking for the 6th yet and looking forward to going to On Top.
Good luck with the show guys.