TONY Senior is set to the test the waves at Welterweight on July 4 and progressing to making waves at 147 by the time the year is out.
The former Crumlin amateur, has impressed since turning over in 2012 registering five knock out wins from six fights, but hasn’t traded leather since last December.
The undefeated 31 year old has finally secured a date and returns to the ring the ring at the aptly named Club Punchbowl in Sydney on July the 4.
The Oz based fighter will first fight at a 68kg catchweight, but plans to drop to welterweight and make an impression at the lighter weight.
“I feel I’m ready to test the water at welter and this fight will give us some indication as to how I’ll perform at the championship weight. I am currently 6-0, with five knockouts, having performed well last time out on a live Fox Sports broadcast. I am looking forward to getting back in there and doing the business. I hope to stay busy toward the back end of the year, which should put me in contention for domestic honours.”