No Show Like a Joe Show says prospect Fitzpatrick

The count own to “Champions at the Europa” is well and truly on, with less than two weeks until fight night at the Europa Hotel, on Saturday 17th October, 20 year old Joe “The Dragon” Fitzpatrick will be looking to maintain and improve his perfect 100% record 2-0 (2KO).

Fitzpatrick’s feet have not touched the ground since he turned over to the professional code in May after a very successful amateur career culminating in Commonwealth Games Silver last year in Glasgow.

Joe recently secure a lucrative 10 fight TV contract with Frank Warren Promotions & Box Nations and just received word that he will have his first televised fight on 7th November in Dublin on the undercard of Belfast’s talented Jamie Conlon.

“The Dragon” promises to be of fire at the Europa and knows there can be no room for error or his big deal with Box Nation could go up in a puff of smoke.

“I will beat whoever is in front of me, I will turn this into The Joe Show” said a confident Fitzpatrick.

Remainder of fight card

Paul “Hylo” Hyland Jnr goes for his second title when he takes on the talented Bence Molnar over 8×3 rounds for the PBA International Challenge Belt, Belfast’s Celtic Featherweight Champ keeps active as he waits for his British Title chance where he stands in pole position & James “The Future” Fryers looks to improve his British ranking (10) as he goes for win number 10 in a cracking contest against the former masters champion Yordan Vasilev.

With tickets going well and the VIP Dinner Boxing option now sold out there still are £40.00 ringside and £30.00 unreserved available from the boxers or Tel. 07712473905

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