MGM can proudly announce that they have made another management signing in Craig O’Brien from Dublin who made his pro-debut in February and has already notched up two victories.
Craig will be joining MGM to get his career on track and to get him to where he wants to go. He will be sticking with his trainer Niall Bryne and training in Dublin.
“I’m delighted to sign for MGM and I thank them for giving me the opportunity to box,” said O’Brien. “All I want to do is perform in the ring and get back out fighting. I’m working and training harder and I’m only going to progress more with MGM!”
MGM think that Craig is a great addition to TeamMGM, “We have high hopes for Craig,” said MGM Management. “We think he has fantastic potential and are looking forward to getting him the fights he needs to reach the top.”
21-year-old Gary Sweeney from Ireland has become the latest member of Team MGM following his recent signing of a management contract.
The cruiserweight is a seven-time Irish champion who captured silver at the European Union Championships and after around 300 amateur bouts he has recently turned pro. His ambition was to fight in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, but with a style more suited to the professional game, he has decided to turn to the paid ranks. Sweeney will be managed by MGM Marbella and promoted by South African promoters Golden Gloves.
“With Gary’s amateur record, Golden Gloves promoting him and ourselves managing him, we believe Gary has all the ingredients to reach the very top.” said MGM. “We have been very impressed with him and his attitude makes us believe he is going all the way”.
Rodney Berman from Golden Gloves said “The Irish have never had a world cruiserweight champion before, and I believe we can help make Gary the first. We’ll be aiming for his pro debut in South Africa in September and look for a world youth title by the end of 2016.”