Dundee’s Ronnie Clark [15(9)-3(1)-2] visited Belfast at the start of the year in preparation for his assault on the British Super Featherweight Title.
The then self-trained Clark left the Belfast Kronk gym in the shape of his life and returned home and lifted the Scottish super featherweight crown with a 10th round knockout win over Jordan McCrory in what doubled as an eliminator for the British Title.
Little did ‘The Shark’ know however that he would be returning to the Titanic City on a more permanent basis just a matter of months later.
Long-time ‘away’ fighter Clark has now signed with MHD Promotions and has relocated to Belfast where for the first time the Scottish champ has a dedicated coach in Tony Dunlop at the Belfast Kronk Gym.
Clark now feels that, with the proper training and the valuable experience he has received, he can won British Title.
Promoter Mark Dunlop explained how “Ronnie has everything it takes to go to the top, he is very dedicated and fears no man, what he has lacked he has now gained since joining my stable.”
“Many boxing pundits are talking up who is fighting MJ Ward next for the British Title,all showing no respect for Ronnie who has every right to be the next contender and, if anyone can get him there, I can. Believe me, when his chance comes he will grab it.
Clark makes his Belfast debut and aims to win the crowd against Nicaraguan Reynaldo Cajina in what will be chief support to Paul Hyland’s clash with Felix Lora. The remainder of the undercard is comprised of Tyrone McCullagh, Feargal McCrory, Gary Sweeney, and the Dublin trio of Jay Byrne, Carl McDonald, and Ian Tims.
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