Shane Weir will face Cathal Dunne in Belfast
June 04, 2019
It will be an all Celt affair when Scotland's Shane Weir will face Cathal Dunne from Athlone, ROI. The match is made under low-kick rules over 3x2 at 65kg and will happen at the Clayton hotel on the 23rd June 2019. The pair have never shared the ring, however, their teammates have and they know of each other and their abilities.
The match between Weir & Dunne is a non-title match but could be a creditable match for a main domestic championship. Shane Weir comes from a good champ in Scotland, Satorishido Martial Arts under the direction of Mr Albert Ross a producer of champions. And Cathal Dunne also heals from one of the best and most active camps in the Republic of Ireland, Wolfpack run by top coach, Mr Leon Parsons.
The two fighters will be in tip-top shape, physically & mentally.
The two fighters will be in tip-top shape, physically & mentally, this will be a great fight, said promoter Billy Murray:
" I know both men, as the pair have fought on my events, both leave everything in the ring meaning they give their all. Shane & Cathal have equally got good skills - this is a hard match to call. One thing for sure, DON'T MISS IT! "
The entire #ProKickteam will act as the supporting programme to the main event at the Clayton Hotel. That's when top of the bill match, Johnny ‘Swift' Smith(Bangor) will challenge Korean fighter Jihoon Lee for the WKN Intercontinental professional title. The pair will fight over 5 by 3-minute rounds for the vacant WKN K1 style Intercontinental divisions crown at 69.9kg.
The Sunday afternoon Fight-Special at the Clayton Hotel in Belfast will see old favourites as well as a new exciting team of newbies who will bring up the rearguard.
Doors open: 3pm
First Bout: 3:30pm
Tickets available now.
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Shane Weir to face Cathal Dunne