Dominic Donegan [5(1)-0] is the second name confirmed on the Celtic Clash 11 card.
The fight night, which was initially scheduled for December 20, was confirmed as rescheduled for January 23 yesterday and will play out in Pabellón Príncipe de Asturias, Murcia, Spain.
World Youth Champion Katelynn Phelan will become the first female to top a Celtic Clash card, as she headlines the eleventh installment of of the popular series.
‘Da Bomb’ is the second name added to what is expected to be a five fight card.
Unbeaten Cavan Light middleweight @DoneganDominic returns to Spain to extend his five fight unbeaten record on @CelticClash 11 in Murcia, Spain on Saturday, January 23. #boxingireland pic.twitter.com/dNIwzsWViT— Boxing Ireland Promotions (@LoveIrishBoxing) December 17, 2020
The Boxing Ireland light middleweight has Spanish previous having fought on a Sergio Martinez promoted show in Torrelavega last December.
It’s the Cavan fighters first bout since he outpointed Geiboord Omier on Celtic Clash 10 in February.
There was talk of a BUI Celtic Title fight with promotional stablemate Eddie Treacy, that now looks to be a fight for when the Celtic Clash can return to these shores.
The Solider has also been linked with Limerick’s Graham McCormack and fellow Cavan man Owen Duffy over the last 12 months, suggesting domestic action is on the cards for later 2021.
As the only fighter of that light middleweight trio with a confirmed fight date, he steals a march in terms of fight sharpness.