Two of the emerging and exciting stars of the Irish small hall scene have been added to Celtic Clash 10.
The Boxing Ireland show was this week confirmed for February 1 and boasts Eric Donovan as its headline act.
The popular Kildare man takes on former Spanish champion Cristian Montilla as he bids to kick start a big year with a step up win.
Owen O’Neill, the fighter who via his supporters is a better atmosphere creator than Michael Buffer, was also revealed as a show participant yesterday.
Regular Belfast Boxing Ireland bill topper, Joe Fitzpatrick is another slated to be on the card, but Irish-boxing.com are lead to believe that he is close to agreeing to a fight with Gary Cully on the same night, but on the ‘MTKFightNight at the Ulster Hall.
The latest editions see’s two prospects return to the Devenish early in the new year.
Unbeaten pro Aaron Gethins from Sligo has been added to the massive @CelticClash X show at @TheDevenish in Belfast on Feb 1.— Boxing Ireland Promotions (@LoveIrishBoxing) December 4, 2019
One of the fastest developing pros in the country Aaron is looking to move to 4-0 after a year as a pro. @AustyOCallaghan pic.twitter.com/mSBcqBQxzk
Aaron Gethins and Senan Kelly have both been confirmed on the card.
Sligo’s Gethins will be looking to maintain his unbeaten start. The southpaw has registered three wins to date, two of which played out in Belfast.
The welterweight with plans to bring boxing to Sligo in 2020 faces a yet to be confirmed opponent.
Kelly returns to the venue where he registered an impressive debut win.
After a sensational debut knockout victory on @CelticClash 9, Dublin’s @kelly_senan returns to The Devenish in Belfast on February 1 to see if he can repeat that on #CelticClashX pic.twitter.com/aZOFdqVb0I— Boxing Ireland Promotions (@LoveIrishBoxing) December 3, 2019
The Pete Taylor trained Dubliner caught the eye when he stopped Ilias Liokaftos on Celtic Clash 9 and will be looking to impress again come Febraury.