Former amateur star Callum Bradley is ready to show the professional game just what he is capable of when he makes his debut this weekend.
Bradley was extremely successful as an amateur, and will now join the paid ranks at the Ulster Hall in Belfast live on iFL TV on Friday. He’s ecstatic to get going, and feels it is the perfect time to be turning over.
Bradley said: “I’m buzzing and I can’t wait. It’s been over a year since I’ve fought and I’m really looking forward to going in and doing the business.
“Camp has been good and I’ve been focusing a lot on strength and conditioning which I never took seriously before, but I can definitely see the difference now!
“Even as an amateur I always trained like a professional so there hasn’t been much difference there, but I’ve just been working on things that needed working on and setting my feet a bit more.
“As an amateur I won three All-Ireland titles and represented Ireland on several occasions. I finished with 100 fights and 85 wins, and now it’s time to turn professional.
“The Ulster Hall is a brilliant venue for boxing with great history, so there will be some atmosphere on the night. I’m expecting a tough fight and that’s what I’ve been training for the past 12 weeks.
“I’m hoping to be 5-0 by the end of 2019, and it’s all about learning and getting as much experience as possible.”
The main event of the show in Belfast live on iFL TV sees Conrad Cummings defend his WBO European middleweight title against Luke Keeler, while the a stacked undercard includes Tyrone McKenna, Tyrone McCullagh, Steven Ward, Steve Collins Jr, Padraig McCrory, Sean McComb, Steven Donnelly and many more.
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