February 28 and the manner in which Carl Frampton dealt with mandatory challenger Chris Avalos will long live in the memory of Belfast fight fans.
The capital of Irish-boxing, however has other date which could prove pivotal in the Cities recent sporting history. It is not World championship boxing, but James Tennyson takes a step up in class and has the opportunity to secure a British title fight when he fights Kris Hughes for the Celtic Title on March 28. Victory on the Andersonstown card will open doors not just for ‘Tenny’, but could see alot of his stable mates secure clashes on cards above small hall level.
See the full card below:
|Andersonstown Leisure Centre, Belfast,|
|featherweight||Kris Hughes||SC||James Tennyson||10×3|
|lightweight||Paul Hyland Jnr||SC||Imre Nagy||8×3|
|lightweight||James Fryers||SC||Mark Morris||8×3|
|super welterweight||Dee Walsh||SC||Peter Orlik||6×3|
|welterweight||Tyrone McKenna||SC||Istvan Kiss||6×3|
|cruiserweight||Joe Hillerby||SC||Moses Matovu||4×3|
|super featherweight||Daniel McShane||SC||TBA||4×3|