‘Super Fly’s’ second scrap set for Spanish – Tony Browne to fight in Alicante
Tony Browne [1(1)-0] will fight for the second time in a month and the second time as a pro in a matter of weeks.
‘Super Fly’ is set for Spain and joins Dylan Moran and John Cooney on a KO Boxing, November 21 card.
The former High Performance amateur will next trade leather at the Onguardamar Arena in Alicante.
An opponent has yet to be confirmed for the super middleweight, but he is scheduled for six rounds for the second time in two fights.
Last time out Browne dealt with a late replacement in routine fashion, as he debuted in with ease in Poland.
The 25-year-old blew Jan Balog away with the small gloves on for the first time.
Speaking after the win he expressed a desire to get out twice before the year end – and he will be half way to achieving that in three weeks time.
“I am hoping to get out again before the end of November. Ideally if i can get another before Christmas that would be perfect. I want to stay busy. I will keep myself in shape, so a couple of days rest after the fight and then I’ll start to get myself going again. “