Belfast’s biggest night of boxing with Paul McCloskey, Martin Lindsay and the Betfair Prizefighter all-Irish Middleweights has got even better with the addition of unbeaten flyweight Jamie Conlon at the King’s Hall on May 5, live on Sky Sports.
Conlon (8-0 with four KO wins) is the latest hot talent to box as aPrizefighter Prospect
fighter following Matchroom Sport fighters Ryan Aston, Tommy Ghent and Ryan Taylor.
The 25 year old was due to fight on the Tyson Fury vs. Martin Rogan on April 14 but will fight in a six-rounder on a bill that features Martin Lindsay, who continues his return to the ring, an ultra-competitive line up for the first Prizefighter event in Ireland and Paul McCloskey aiming to get back on the trail of a World title against former two-time World champion Julio Diaz.
“I’m delighted to welcome Jamie to the best bill of boxing in Belfast for years,” said promoter Eddie Hearn. “He’s a richly talented kid and I am sure that he will rise to the occasion in front of a packed out King’s Hall. We are looking to build our team of fighters in Ireland as we plan a number of big shows there in 2012.”
Limited tickets are available priced at £30 (unreserved) and £40 (reserved balcony or unreserved floor). Tickets priced at £60 (outer-ringside) and £100 (ringside) are also available, with all tickets on sale with Ticketmaster on0844 277 4455 – UK/Northern Ireland customers, 0818 719 300 – Republic of Ireland customers and atwww.ticketmaster.ie
VIP packages priced £150 are available from Matchroom Sport on 01277 359900 and atwww.matchroomboxing.com
Paul McCloskey’s fans can also buy their tickets at the prices above from Eurospar Dungiven and any EuroXchange outlet.