Burnett makes Dublin debut on July 4

RYAN Burnett will return to the venue were he made his name on July 4 after being added to the yet to be officially confirmed Dublin show.

The bantamweight prospect, who recently named as one of Ireland’s top 10 hardest hitters, makes his Dublin debut at the National Stadium a venue he often lit up as an underage amateur in just over a months time.

The Adam Booth trained Youth Olympic gold medal winner, who was last seen fighting on the under card of Andy Lee vs Peter Quillin in New York, will be looking to push his record to 10-0 on a card that rumours claim Boxnation will broadcast.

An opponent has yet to be confirmed for the 22 year old, who seems to making a seamless transition from prospect to contender, but Dublin fight fans will be excited about the prospect of seeing the big punching talent in the flesh regardless of opposition.


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