Stephen Ormond worries Queensberry Promotions don’t think the financial numbers don’t make sense, but he claims he would love to do a number on WBO lightweight World champion Terry Flanagan.
Ormond watched as the Mancunian won the battle of the former Ormond foes and beat Derry Matthews in Liverpool on Saturday night.
The Rock, who fights for an IBF ranking belt in Boston this coming Saturday, was left heartbroken after disqualified in a World title eliminator with English fighter on Valentines Day of last year, but has been adamant he will make amends become a World champion before 2016 is out.
The 31 year old Clondalkin native believes he may have to go the American route to achieve that, but claims he would love nothing more than to avenge his Falnagan reverse.
“I would love to fight Flanagan again. I would fight Crolla I would fight anyone of them. If I keep chasing them and winning they are going to have to take the fight,” Ormond told Irish-boxing.com
“I think their promoters are afraid of making the fight, it’s a win win for me, but it is a dangerous fight for them. The more I think of it I really would love to get Flanagan again and do a number on him. Nothing against him, but I didn’t do myself justice in the last fight and I know I would beat him.”