Isaac Lowe isn’t worried about the Irish invasion of Manchester or even opponent upcoming opponent Marco McCullough.
‘The Westgate Warrior’ and McCullough fight for the vacant Commonwealth featherweight title on the massive Frampton versus Quigg fight night and the English fighter is confident he will claim the strap.
The 11-0-1 fighter admits Belfast fan favourite McCullough is the best fighter he has signed to face, but stresses the higher the calibre the foe the better his performance.
Lowe is confident he will end the night on a high claiming McCullough is too easy to hit and is stoppable.
“It’s great to get the opportunity to box on such a big show,” said Lowe. “To fight on Sky Sports Box Office is a dream come true so early in my career – I’m so excited.
“Marco has had a good career, he’s a strong puncher – but he’s hittable and beatable. He’s been knocked out twice and on my day I beat him all day long. He is my toughest test so far, but as we’ve seen with my past two fights – the better opposition, the better I perform.
“I’m expecting him to give everything he’s got – but I’m confident I will weather the storm and emerge victorious. If the Irish boo me, so be it. I will feed off that and perform even better. Remember, there will be 10,000 screaming fans from North West, so we will do our best to drown them out. I want to prove to everyone in Britain that I am World class.”