Kyle Gallagher, promoter and head coach of Engine Room Boxing Gym will be hosting his fourth professional show at Hangar 34, in Greenland Street Liverpool. The show will be aired on Sky TV Channel Boom TV.
Topping the bill will be 4-0 welterweight Dayle Gallagher, who will be fighting experienced fighter, Michael Kelly 9-9-1
The show will see Heavyweight Sean Turner, 1-0 in his second professional contest against Ryan Kilpatrick who will be making his professional debut. Welterweight Craig Kennerdale, 1-0 will be in his second professional contest against journey man Marty Kayes 3-25.
Also on the bill will see Jonny McConville, Peter Adam and Billy Edgar making their full professional debuts. All be looking to make a good start to their professional careers.
The show will also feature a seven fight unlicensed undercard, with a variety of talented fighters on it. This will add great excitement to what is shaping up to be a fantastic night of boxing in Liverpool.
Top of the bill welterweight, Dayle Gallagher said “I’ve been professional for just over 2 years, and boxing roughly for 10 years on and off. I boxed for Liverpool as an amateur, stopping the Welsh number 1 at the time, and won European, British and area titles on the unlicensed boxing scene.”
“My training camp has been really good, with good sparring from Golden Gloves, Olivers gym and my own gym Engine Room. Training camp has been 8 weeks long based at my gym in Liverpool, Engine Room Boxing Club. My last fight ended in the first round with a stoppage win taking me to 4-0 as a professional.”
“With that in mind I predict another stoppage win in the later rounds and I haven’t seen much of my opponent I just know he’s been in with good opposition but I am ready for the task at hand and I can’t wait to get in there.”
Heavyweight, Sean Turner said: “I have been boxing for four years, and I had 22 unlicensed fights. My training camp was at Engine Room Gym and my camp is eight weeks long. Engine Room have always got me in top condition for my fights. I am feeling confident and I am two weeks out.”
“My last fight went really well and I won all four rounds comfortably. I am feeling really confident about my next fight, I have stepped up my training to the next level and worked a lot more on my strength work. I don’t know too much about my next opponent Ryan Kilpatrick, but I am going to make sure I perform to the best I can.”
Welterweight Craig Kennerdale said: “I started boxing when I was 11 years old and have boxed on and off for about 16 years. As an amateur I had 13 fights, winning 9, which included winning the British University Championships in 2014. I’ve had a good camp with plenty of competitive sparring, around 10 solid weeks preparation. My first professional fight went really well, I won a unanimous decision. My second fight will be a rematch with Marty Kayes. Kayes was by far the toughest fighter I have shared the ring with, I caught him with some clean shots and he kept coming forward. I predict another point’s victory.”
Debutant Super Middleweight, Jonny McConville said “I have been boxing for 3 years and reached 6-0 in unlicensed boxing. My training has been great; I have been training twice a day at Engine Room Gym but my camp was short with it only being 6 weeks.
My last fight was over in 10 seconds so looking forward to the next one. On my next fight, I don’t like to make predictions, but I am looking for win the win. My opponent is very experienced, so I am looking forward to making my debut against him.”
Debutant featherweight Peter Adam said: “I have been an unlicensed fighter for just over two years now before turning professional. I’ve fought over 20 unlicensed fights, including ABA champions and other talented fighters and made it look easy. I started training camp just after Christmas with my coach Gary Crickson at Forge Fitness. My last fight was challenging against a very experienced fighter and unfortunately I lost on points however it could have easily gone my way.
I predict I will stop my opponent in the first two rounds, I don’t really know my opponent but wish him all the luck as he will need it! I would like to thank my sponsors Louis William Jewellers, Watson and Co Barbers and Northwest Security and Events for helping me throughout.”
Debutant Super Middleweight Billy Edgar said “I have been fighting as a white collar boxing for 3 years. During this time I have won 27, drew 3 and lost 10. I am currently training out of Derry Mathews boxing, I’m in the best shape mentally and physically for my pro debut. My last fight I got stopped in the first round, I am no doubt looking to turn those tables around and I am looking to stop my opponent in front of my home crowd.”
“I have been fighting as a white collar boxer for 3 years. During this time I have had 27 wins, 10 losses and 3 draws. I am currently training out of Derry Mathews boxing academy. I am ieand mentalthan I have ever been.”
Tickets are £30 or £50 VIP and are available from Kyle Gallagher: 07711098025.