The Brighton-based managerial and promotional outfit have this weekend agreed terms with Dublin welter Francy Luzoho.
The fighter of Congolese extraction boxed amateur out of the St Michael’s Dublin gym in Inchicore under Steven O’Rourke and will remain with the Manchester trainer in the pros.
Following a short but successful amateur career, the 23-year-old has been keen to turn pro for some time now and will finally debut on a show to-be-confirmed in September.
Luzoho joins Irish fighters Victor Rabei, Ray Moylette, Mathew Fitzsimons, Darren Cruise, Vladimir Belujsky, Cillian Reardon, Jordan Latimer, Paddy and JJ McDonagh, and Craig McCarthy in the Assassin stable.
NEW SIGNING ✍️
We are delighted to announce the signing of @francy_luzoho
Francy turns to the paid ranks after a great amateur career.
The welterweight will train with Steve O Rourke. pic.twitter.com/sE3TqkcAFC
— AssassinPromotions (@AssassinBoxing) July 7, 2018