Anto Cacace expecting to go the distance tonight

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Anto Cacace [13(6)-0] is expecting six tough rounds tonight.

The Belfast super featherweight fights for the first time under Brian Magee, and for the first time in nearly year, at the Robin Park Centre in Wigan against Jamie Quinn [2(0)-28(0)].

While he is not too familiar with the Englishman, The Apache is happy with his opponent on the VIP Promotions card.

Cacace tipped the scales at 135.5lbs for his comeback bout.

The Celtic champion, who is due to challenge for the British title in December, spoke to VIP Boxing TV and admitted that “I don’t know much, I know he’s a hard lad.”

“I know he’ll probably give me all six rounds, but that’s fine, it’s what I’m looking for, it’s dead on.”

“It’s been eleven months now and I just can’t wait to get in now and do a job and get moving.”

The fight Quinn will be chief support to the BBBoC Central Area welterweight title clash between Sean Lewis and Adam Ismail and will be available to stream live via the VIP Promotions YouTube page from approximately 9:30pm.

Joe O'Neill

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