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Celtic Clash 3: Line-Up and Ticket Details

Another potentially record-breaking show takes place in Dublin in less than two months time.

Saturday September 9th at the National Stadium will play host to ‘Celtic Clash 3: Building Champions’ as Boxing Ireland and Tony Davitt team up once again for another bumper card.

‘Celtic Clash 2: The Rising’ in May set the record for the highest number of fights on an Irish show, and this coming edition looks set to break that record once again.

At present there are 17 fights featuring 18 Irish boxers set for the card in the capital – with Regan Buckley and Carl McDonald set to lock horns in a super bantamweight six-rounder, and more all-Irish and title clashes to be announced this week.

Tickets go on sale this week and are priced as follows:

€30 – Balcony
€40 – Gallery
€60 – Ringside
€100 – VIP Premium
€15 – Under-15s gallery (must be bought alongside an adult ticket)

Tickets are available through Ticketmaster (CLICK HERE) and from the boxers involved (which would be the avenue we recommend).

The fighters on the bill cover a wide spread across Dublin and throughout the country.

At present, confirmed for the card are:

Eric Donovan – 4(3)-0
Athy, Kildare

Gerard Whitehouse – 6(1)-0
Balbriggan, Dublin

Stephen Carroll – 7(1)-0
Light Welterweight
Ballyfermot, Dublin

Bernard Roe – 4(0)-0
Light Middleweight
City Centre, Dublin

Declan Trainor – 2(2)-1(1)
Warrenpoint, Down

Carl McDonald – 2(0)-0
Super Bantamweight
Jobstown, Dublin

Regan Buckley – 1(0)-0
Super Bantamweight
Bray, Wicklow

Stephen McAfee – 1(1)-0
Sallynoggin, Dublin

John Joyce – 1(1)-0
Light Welterweight
Lucan, Dublin

Johnny Corcoran – 1(1)-0
Light Heavyweight
Tallaght, Dublin

Keane McMahon – 1(0)-0
City Centre, Dublin

Liam Gaynor – 1(0)-0
Kilnamanagh, Dublin

Michael Gallagher – debut
Ballybofey, Donegal

James Cahill – debut
Bray, Wicklow

Colin O’Donovan – debut
Super Bantamweight
Togher, Cork

Aiden Metcalfe – debut
Super Featherweight
Crumlin, Dublin

Dylan McDonagh – debut
Jobstown, Dublin

Niall O’Connor – debut
Light Welterweight
Ballybrack, Dublin

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Joe O'Neill

Reporting on Irish boxing the past five years. Work has appeared on irish-boxing.com, Boxing News, the42.ie, and local and national media. Provide live ringside updates, occasional interviews, and special features on the future of Irish boxing. email: joneill6@tcd.ie