The Cork and Dublin natives, who are at the oppossite ends of the career spectrum, go into action separately on a 12Rounds Promotions card.
O’Sullivan fights for the first time since his high profile clash with former light-middleweight world champion Jaime Munguia in January 2020, while Carty fights for the first time full stop.
‘Spike’, who is has his sights set on a summer world title eliminator or a fight with returning Hall of Famer Oscar De La Hoya, faces Nodar Robakidze [15(5)-35(10)-6] over six rounds.
Carty also faces Georgian opposition, the Dub takes on the much bigger Richard Pkhakadze [0-1] over four.
Shipping up to Belgium This saturday May 29th Catch @spike_osullivan & @thomas_carty Watch live on https://t.co/85SjWMsTXL @murphysboxing @DropkickMurphys @KenDKM @GoldenBoyBoxing @Micheladatime @SportTG4 ☘🥊 pic.twitter.com/KTJSlaGLeG— Packie Collins (@packycollins) May 26, 2021
The Paschal Collins-trained duo’s fights can viewed online at 12 Rounds Promotions website.
This is a pay-per-view event, with access to the stream costing €9.95.
Carty is on in the afternoon and is expected to ring walk around 4:15 pm Irish time, while Spike is further up the stacked bill and will trade leather in and around 8:15 pm.