Liam Hanrahan comeback begins October 24 in Stoke
Coldwell Boxing promoted, Liam Hanrahan, makes his long awaited return to the ring on October 24th at Kings Hall in Stoke on a Carl Greaves/Scott Lawton promotion when he has his first outing in over a year since losing his undefeated record in shocking fashion against Polish import, Krzysztof Rogowski.
The Macclesfield star was pencilled in for action back in February but that was placed on hold but the exciting puncher is ready to return and is excited about his immediate prospects.
“It’s been a long time but I’m back now and I’m looking forward to returning to winning ways and doing what I love once again. I’ve had a good break and its allowed me to get back on track with with other aspects on my life such as work, home and family commitments and that has allowed me to get everything right ahead of my next fight. The loss hurt me because I’m a proud fighter but boxing can do that and it taught me a vital lesson that I’ll definitely learn from. I’m looking forward to getting back in there on the 24thOctober and then I can sit down with my team and plan the next part of my career.”
Hanrahan’s inauguration into the professional landscape was a breath of fresh air as the heavy handed youngster provided many highlights on various Coldwell Boxing shows. Renowned for their competive and hard hitting action, a vast number of Dave Coldwell shows contained brilliant Hanrahan performances and the Greater Manchester fighter quickly earned himself a reputation as a fan friendly fighter. His promoter is looking forward to witnessing his return.
“We had a good thing going with Liam and he was someone everyone at Coldwell Boxing was really excited about. A cracking puncher with a big following, he was everything you wanted in a fighter from a promotional perspective and I still believe he can have a big impact. A loss isn’t the end of the world for a fighter as long as he learns from it and that applies to Liam. Let’s hope that he can make a big statement on October 24th then we can hopefully get him back towards title class.”