James Fryer will fight for his first professional title on the Back To The Future card in Belfast on November 22.

The fighter, who endured a stop start career prior to singing with MHD promotions, has had a chance of luck.

The 22 year old has just completed his Level 3 Personal Training Diploma at the Elite Fitness Training Academy in Belfast with the help of manager Mark Dunlop and has now secured work and sponsorship from Belfast Businessmen James and David Conlon the proprietors of Belfast’s new fitness establishment “GYMCO”

“The Future” will now have his third fight for Dunlop’s MHD Promotions at the Devenish Complex on Saturday 22nd November in the Devenish Complex, Finaghy Road North.

The fight will see Fryers step up to 8 rounds for the first time when he takes on tuff Hungarian Sandor Horvath (W9L9D1) for the International Masters Lightweight “Bronze” Title.

Many boxing scholars feel this will not be a step up for the talented unbeaten Fryers but a stepping stone to bigger things.

The Main event will see Dee Walsh v Terry Maughan square up for the Vacant Irish Light Middleweight Title and a high quality supporting undercard that includes the talented Paul “Hylo” Hyland Jnr, Olympic Youth Gold Medallist Ryan Burnett,

Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Paddy Gallagher, Gerard Healy, Alan Donnelllan, Darren Cruise & Michael McKinson.

Tickets are on sale now from the Boxers, The Devenish & MHD Promotions Tel. 07712473905
£40.00 VIP Ringside & £30.00 Unreserved


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