In his 130lbs catchweight bout, you couldn't say that Paul McVeigh was outclassed, but he was often half a step behind the lightning fast striker Brandon Hempleman. Of course McVeigh had his own moments of success in the stand-up, but we got to see nothing of his vaunted ground game and technical submissions.
His intention is to drop to flyweight (125lbs) and given his level, standard of opposition and experience, he is still capable of giving any top European one hell of a fight.
would be a good matchup, especially given Hamrsmid's draw with Dinky Ninja teammate James Doolan. They're both got many years experience in the game, a lot of fights to their credit and well-rounded skillsets.
Hamrsmid comes in off a KO victory, but had suffered two losses and a draw prior to that. At this point, it would be a flyweight matchup that makes sense, and it would have a big impact on the European Top Ten.