Hall Pass to the big time- Spike fights on Haye Chisora card
GARY ‘Spike’ O’Sullivan has been tipped as a future star of Irish boxing for some time now, but the jury is still out for most Irish fight fans, as they have heard a lot more about the Cork fighter than they have seen of him.
However the Irish middleweight champion has secured the chance not only to impress the whole of Ireland, but to make the world sit up and take note on July 14 in Upton Park.
The undefeated middleweight shares top billing with David Haye and Derek Chisora as they look to settle their differences on easily the most controversial bill in the world at present.
‘Spike’ will challenge Matthew Hall in the ‘co main event’ for the WBO international middleweight title on fight menu to that will be served up around the world. The Cork fighter will be content in the knowledge that victory over the former Commonwealth Champion will finally grant him passage into the limelight with victory
“I’m delighted to announce that I will be fighting for the WBO International middleweight title on Saturday 14th July at West Ham’s Upton Park Stadium in London. My title fight is the co-main event on the David Haye Vs Dereck Chisora card. I’m training hard, I’m ready to go and I can’t wait to get in there and go to work. Thanks to every one of you for for all your support. If you’re coming along to raise the roof, book your tickets now because 40,000 seats have already been taken,” a statement from O’Sullivan read today.