“I have someone in mind” – Ray Moylette plotting mega Irish title fight


Having pushed his record to 11 undefeated in America last weekend, Ray Moylette is firmly on the Irish title trail and claims him against the man he hopes to fight for the strap would prove to be one of the biggest all-Irish fights of all time.

Promoters Assassin have expressed a desire to secure ‘Sugar Ray’ an eight-round BUI Celtic or Massachusetts State title fight over the Summer before bringing the Paschal Collins-trained boxer home to Mayo and the Royal Theater for an Irish title fight in November or December.

Islandeady lightweight Moylette [11(4)-0] is happy to follow the plan and is hopeful he will have at least two belts before the end of 2019.

The second leg of that title push will be mouthwatering to say the least if the light welterweight is to believed – Moylette teases that, if he gets the opponent he wants for the Irish title, the fight will be huge.

“The title train is on the way,” Moylette told Irish-Boxing.com confidently.

“A couple of little hiccups with bad timing [is the reason he hasn’t fought for a belt yet]. By the end of the year I would hope to be supporting two championship belts

“I have someone in mind for the Irish title. If this takes off it will be the biggest Irish fight since Muhammad Ali and Al Blue Lewis.”

Moylette was speaking after a points win in Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion on Saturday night.

The 28-year-old defeated former New York welterweight champ Daniel Sostre in his second eight rounder in three months to extend his unbeaten start to pro life.

Reflecting on wide points victory, the Mayo man was more than happy.

Moylette believes Sostre is now the best fighter on his slate and claims he also enjoyed the whole occasion more than ever.

“I’m real happy with the way everything went. I felt very comfortable in there and I felt in control of the pace and that gave me greater confidence as the rounds moved on.”

“Daniel Sostre was probably the best opponent I’ve faced in my pro career. He was ring smart and carried power. I found it difficult to catch him flush as he had great movement. I rarely jump out of the ring satisfied with my performance but Saturday night was different.”

“I really enjoyed the whole experience of the show. It was like nothing I’ve ever seen before. I got caught with shots and I made plenty of mistakes but I’m exactly where I need to be in my career. I take the good out of every situation and to show my skills in New Hampshire with everyone watching on was something very special.”

 Having pushed his record to 11 undefeated in America last weekend, Ray Moylette is firmly on the Irish title trail and claims him against the man he hopes to fight for the strap would prove to be one of the biggest all-Irish fights of all time.

Promoters Assassin have expressed a desire to secure ‘Sugar Ray’ an eight-round BUI Celtic or Massachusetts State title fight over the Summer before bringing the Paschal Collins-trained boxer home to Mayo and the Royal Theater for an Irish title fight in November or December.

Islandeady lightweight Moylette [11(4)-0] is happy to follow the plan and is hopeful he will have at least two belts before the end of 2019.

The second leg of that title push will be mouthwatering to say the least if the light welterweight is to believed – Moylette teases that, if he gets the opponent he wants for the Irish title, the fight will be huge.

“The title train is on the way,” Moylette told Irish-Boxing.com confidently.

“A couple of little hiccups with bad timing [is the reason he hasn’t fought for a belt yet]. By the end of the year I would hope to be supporting two championship belts

“I have someone in mind for the Irish title. If this takes off it will be the biggest Irish fight since Muhammad Ali and Al Blue Lewis.”

Moylette was speaking after a points win in Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion on Saturday night.

The 28-year-old defeated former New York welterweight champ Daniel Sostre in his second eight rounder in three months to extend his unbeaten start to pro life.

Reflecting on wide points victory, the Mayo man was more than happy.

Moylette believes Sostre is now the best fighter on his slate and claims he also enjoyed the whole occasion more than ever.

“I’m real happy with the way everything went. I felt very comfortable in there and I felt in control of the pace and that gave me greater confidence as the rounds moved on.”

“Daniel Sostre was probably the best opponent I’ve faced in my pro career. He was ring smart and carried power. I found it difficult to catch him flush as he had great movement. I rarely jump out of the ring satisfied with my performance but Saturday night was different.”

“I really enjoyed the whole experience of the show. It was like nothing I’ve ever seen before. I got caught with shots and I made plenty of mistakes but I’m exactly where I need to be in my career. I take the good out of every situation and to show my skills in New Hampshire with everyone watching on was something very special.”

 
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