Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 1 March 2015

Belshaw to make debut in Belfast


HEAVYWEIGHT Scott Belshaw will make his professional debut at the Holiday Inn, Belfast.

HEAVYWEIGHT Scott Belshaw will make his professional debut at the Holiday Inn, Belfast.

The 6ft 8' Lisburn man will top a four-fight show promoted by his coach and co-manager Alan Wilton.

Wilton is determined to run regular shows but knows that it will not be easy.

"I'm grateful to the Holiday Inn for giving me the venue. It's not easy but I hope to run there every eight weeks and hopefully give the young fighters a chance to build a fan base," said Eastside ABC boss Wilton.

"It's great for Scott that he has the chance to make his debut in Belfast and I think he'll be an instant hit with the fans."

Wilton will be running the bills in conjunction with Maloney Promotions.

The bill also features unbeaten Andrew Wallace and James Gorman.

Tickets are priced at £25 and can be purchased on 07880926596.

Meanwhile, the Hilton Hotel is to play host to a double header of kick-boxing and boxing on October 28.

Billy Murray and Paul McCausland have combined to put on two shows, with one running into the other, with just an hour's break.

Tickets for both shows are priced at £15 and can be purchased on 02890651074 or at

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