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James Gorman will face Andrew Murray again in an effort to take the Irish Light Welterweight Title from Murray. This fight is the main supporting bout to the Macklin v Campas bout in dublin on saturday evening. see below for an update on Team Alio boxers.

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James Gorman will have his wish granted on Saturday 22nd March in Dublin's National Stadium. James Gorman will again face Andrew Murray for the Irish Light Welterweight Title after the farcical stoppage back in December in the Kings Hall Belfast. Murray will now know what to expect from Gorman; he is a come forward fighter who never backs up. James hopes to settle this matter once and for all and rip the Irish Title from Murray's hands. Gorman vs. Murray is the main supporting bout to the Macklin vs. Campas fight and will be televised live on RTE and also available via the RTE web stream at RTÉ Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster

Willie Thompson will also feature on this shows under card; there is new footage of Willie Thompson "Training to Win 2008" on the Pro videos section.

Newcomer Luke Wilton makes his Pro debut on 29th March on Brian Peters Letterkenny show. Luke will face the experienced Istvan Ajtar over 4 x 3min rounds. tickets for both shows are still available at Tickets for concerts, theatre, football, family days out. Official Ticketmaster Site or by contacting Eastside ABC or Team Alio Professional Boxing. If your stuck email [email protected]

Scott Belshaw has lost his first fight on 8th March 2008. Scott lost by one point to veteran fighter Daniel Peret from Russia. Scott has received some bad press after this loss but is determined to bounce back even stronger. Expect to see Belshaw back in the ring soon, and with a renewed urge to win.


James Gorman lost to Billy Walsh on points 94 - 95. Gorman dropped Walsh in the final round but it was not counted a knock down and therefore cost James the fight by one point. It was heralded as the "Fight of the Night" on the Cork bill. Both boxers received a standing ovation from the 8th round onwards. Hopefully we will see Gorman back out again soon with a rematch against Andrew Murray for the Irish Lightwelter Weight title.

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Scott Belshaw has just won his first fight back after injury and 8 months out of the ring. Scott dropped his opponent in the first round but he got to his feet again. Scott went on to stop him in the 3rd with some devastating blows. This takes Belshaw's record to 7-0; 6 within the distance.

Hyland notched up another points win on this card and looks destined for some more great fights this year.

The outcome of Gorman vs. Walsh for the Irish Welterweight Title was a disappointing one for Gorman who lost by just one point to Walsh in what has been heralded as the Fight or the year and likened to the Gatti vs Ward bouts.

Regular updates can be found on the Eastside Boxing Club oe Team Alio websites.

Can't just means u aint got the balls to try.

Eastside Boxing Club Belfast
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