August 23 Jonny Stapleton
Junior Witter claims he will live up to his ring moniker and prove a big hit when fights Stephen Haughian in the Kings Hall in Belfast on September 17.
The ‘Hitter’ claims he is a class above the Irish welterweight champion and told the Belfast public to be ready for a bigger stronger fighter that still posses his renowned boxing magic tricks.
The former world champion is so confident he is predicting a knock out victory and issued a ‘blink and you will miss it’ warning.
Witter, who is predicting a return to the big time, also claims fighting in front of Haughian’s partisan support won’t faze him what so ever.
“I see Belfast as neutral ground. The fans love their boxing in Belfast. Its a great place I have been a few times and the boxing fans know what there watching. I am going to keep my cool and size up which areas of his boxing I can exploit. I know I am a level above him and that will be noticeable on the night,” Witter who fights the John Breen trainer on the undercard told www.irish-boxing.com.
“I’m bigger stronger and I still have the tricks. So you will need to keep your eye’s open because I will knock him out. I am going to take titles and break idols next season and it all starts in Belfast.”