TONY Senior fights for the sixth time as a pro in Sydney on October 6 and is hoping to secure an opponent that can provide him with a test.
‘Misdemeanor’ has proved to much trouble for all his previous five foes stopping four and carrying the other four rounds.
The former Crumlin amateur and brother to London based pro Leon Senior has dropped to light middleweight is hoping for to secure an opponent that can give him rounds and maybe provide the chance to move up the rankings.
“I’ll be fighting at light middle and hoping for a stern test and some valuable rounds as 4 of 5 have finished early,” the Oz based prospect told Irish-boxing.com.
Senior has raised eyebrows Down Under and despite only turning pro at 29 is seen as a big prospect. His next bout looks set to play out on the undercard of a Kimbo Slice fight and will be broadcast on Fox.