Tyson Fury addressed his four-round clash with Sefer Seferi at a Belfast press conference today after facing some criticism over the contest.
Fury, 29, halted Seferi in four rounds as the Albanian cruiserweight quit on his stool.
The former world heavyweight champion said: “This will be my fourth time boxing in Belfast and I cannot wait.
“Seferi was 23-1 but as soon as I clipped him he didn’t want to know. I can’t complain. I am still good looking.
“I hope we get someone who will punch me in the face, bust my face, bust my nose and I can show them.
“I am still hoping for four ﬁghts this year,” he added.
Carl Frampton will defend his ‘interim’ WBO world featherweight title against unbeaten Australian Luke Jackson at Windsor Park, Belfast on Saturday August 18, fulﬁlling a dream to ﬁght at the famous football stadium.
Fury will box a non-title ten rounder in his second comeback ﬁght on a mission to conquer the world once again.
Paddy Barnes will challenge for the WBC World Flyweight title in just his sixth professional contest when he faces champion Cristofer Rosales.
The Nicaraguan will be making the ﬁrst defence of his title he captured in April with a stunning upset win against Daigo Higa.
Promoter Frank Warren today announced the stunning bill that will be televised live on BT Sport at a packed press conference held at Windsor Park. Tickets on sale Friday from www.ticketmaster.ie. Price at £40, £50, £80, £100, £120, £150, £250, £400 (includes hospitality).