Nevermind just Waterford Dylan Moran [11(5)-1(1)] could help put Lichtenstein of all places on the boxing map after relocating to the Eastern European country.
Moran only signed a deal with Star Promotions of New York earlier this year and made his American debut under their banner in July.
The fight didn’t go as planned as the Waterford native was surprised by Olympian Dennis Okoth.
Two comeback fights fell through late notice since as a frustrating year continued.
During that period the Deise welter, who returned to winning ways with victory over Michael Likalu at York Hall last week, was traveling, sparring and obviously making contacts.
He clearly impressed in Liechtenstein and did enough to persuade to Pit Gleim, who has worked with Manuel Charr and operates mainly out of Germany, to take over his contract.
‘The Real Deal’ will now relocate to Liechtenstein where he will train out of PGP Boxing.
“I’m delighted to announce I’ve put pen to paper and signed a new dream contract with Pit Gleim,” he explained on social media.
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“I’ll now fight under the PGP Boxing banner and live and train here in Liechtenstei, while still been advised by Slater Sports Consultancy
“[I am] very grateful for this opportunity it’s through hard work and having amazing support I’m in this position, so to everyone who’s been backing me from day one once again thank you.”
Moran makes his PGP debut in Kitzbuhel Austria tomorrow night when he takes on the well traveled Milos Janjanin [12(11)-20(7)].
Moran would be expected to beat the Bosnia And Herzegovina 26-year-old, but his opponent obviously packs a punch with 11 stoppages from 12 wins.