21
Mar
2019

Vladimir Belujsky added to Dec 2 Dublin show

Ringside 01/11/2017

Vladimir Belujsky will be in action on December 2nd in Dublin on a show promoted by Tony Davitt and Leonard Gunning’s Boxing Ireland, at The National Stadium.

Belujsky hit the headlines for a comprehensive 2nd round KO against the highly fancied, Manny Bique, in Dublin back in October, and now has his sights set on picking up another win before Christmas.

‘It was a special moment for me getting my first win, and to do in Dublin made it even better’.

‘I sat down with my management team after the last fight, and they had a date of November 25th for me in Portsmouth. After much deliberation, we all felt it was right to make the most of a great show in Dublin on December 2nd and get the exposure in Ireland on a top card’.

‘The support I got last time out was fantastic. I’m hoping for more of the same this time around, and I will put on another great performance’.

Belujsky, who celebrated his 22nd birthday last week, was born in Slovakia, but made the move to Cork 10 years ago. Since, he has had a great amateur record and has been dubbed The Slovak Rebel.

Making his pro debut back in March, Belujsky suffered a surprising draw on his opening display against the talented, Anthony Fox.

Problems with injuries meant Belujsky was next out in October in Dublin, and he managed to get his first win then.

Belujsky, known to be one of the hardest working boxers, has had spells in The UK, sparring the likes of world champion, Chris Eubank Jr. While top sparring is provided at home by Spike O Sullivan and co.

Tickets can be purchased through Vladimir Belujsky on 085 769 3763

Kaz Evans of Assassin Boxing added
Vlad is a top top talent, and he is still only 22. He is very exciting to watch and I think he can be a big star. After a stop start introduction to the paid ranks, he has his mojo back and the confidence is flowing. We have to keep him busy and there is no better place than Dublin for him to put on another top performance. Hopefully we go into the Christmas break as 2-0, and we can look forward to a huge 2018.

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