Tennyson and McCullough on a serious collision course says Dunlop

No mission is impossible for “The Assassin” James Tennyson (14-1) and his talented stablemate James “The Future” Fryers as they head east in search of wins on a big EST Boxing Promotions show headlined by Finnish heavyweight sensation Robert Helenius (21-0) V Timur Musafarov (6-2) at the prestigious Seaplane Harbour, Tallinn, Estonia.

The eight round contest dubbed “Battle of the Baltic Sea” acts as a warm up for Heleinus ahead of his December European Heavyweight Title fight against Erkan Teper.

Remarkably James Tennyson has just turned 22 and following an outstanding amateur career that seen him win numerous county, regional, all-Ireland & Multi Nations titles, is now having his 16th professional contest.

James has already bagged an Irish Super Featherweight title, a British Featherweight Title eliminator and is currently the British Boxing Board of Control Celtic Featherweight Champion.

The big punching Kronk fighter has 11KO wins from his fourteen victories against one loss, and knows there is no room for error on Saturday night when he takes on the all =-action Latvian hitman Sergejs Logins (W10L7D1) who himself has won ten of his eighteen contests by knockout.

Logins was recently taken out in a round by fellow Belfast featherweight Marco McCullough who is rebuilding is career after a shock KO loss to the Hungarian journeyman Zoltan Kovacs.

Tennyson knows this is a dangerous fight as he keeps active ahead of his first defence of the Celtic Title & “Final Eliminator” for the British Featherweight Title against Aberdeen’s undefeated Darren Traynor (10-0) which is scheduled to take place early next year.

“Tennyson & McCullough are on a serious collision course, if James can lift the British Featherweight Crown and Marc can lift the Commonwealth title next year a match-up between the two would fill the SSE (Odyssey) Arena out, I have already approached Jake McGuigan about this, however the first hurdle for Tennyson is Saturday night in Estonia,” said Mark Dunlop.

The impressive James Fryers (10-0) who is dubbed as one of the best prospects in British & Irish boxing holds no fears of travelling for victory and will not be fazed going again to the lion’s den again in search of away win number three and another step up the ladder towards is next goal, a shot at the British Super Featherweight title.

The 23 year old Belfast boxer is a professional nearly three years (27th November), has now bagged two small titles, and caught up to where he wanted to be at this stage of his career following a slow start through no fault of his own.

Fryers will once again fight another opponent with a big punch and a winning record, when he takes on the heavy-handed Latvian number one Ruslans Berdimuradovs who comes to the ring with a respectable record of W5L4

A big thanks to A McLean Bookmakers, Springfield Autos, GymCo, Impact NI, Negative Equity NI, The Pizza Co & Kolormaster for their continued support.

The Estonian show Featuring both James Tennyson & James Fryers will be broadcast live on PPV TV and Internet and is available via the following link at E9.99 (pre book) or E15.00 on the night: http:/live.babahh.com/boxingnight

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