The coaching wheels are effectively and really off.
Having stepped as much as eight rounds towards sport opposition final outing, Ryan O’Rourke [7(1)-0] will tick one other development field subsequent time he enters the ring.
The Dubliner, who turned 22 over the weekend, will make a severe step up when it comes to opponent when he fights in Belgium subsequent month.
‘The Silent Murderer’ is the most recent title confirmed on the All Eyez on Brussells 2 card set for June 19 and Irish-boxing.com understands he faces a stiff check on the Solely O1ne promoted card.
The brilliantly named Brice Bula Galo [11(4)-2(0)-1] is the eighth professional fighter the O’Rourke’s Fitness center prospect has signed to battle.
The 34-year-old is deemed the third-best welter in Belgium and involves the desk with a profitable file.
‘The Gun’ has solely failed to fireplace twice and is a former Belgium 147lbs champion. Granted he appears to have misplaced when he’s flirted with a step up and comes into the conflict on the again of a defeat to American-based Belgian Mohamed El Marcouchi, however he gained’t be daunted by O’Rourke’s CV and definitely might be coming to win.
It’s a special sort of problem for the St Michaels Inchicore graduate and a real early check.
The Steven O’Rourke skilled fighter turns into the third Irish boxer formally confirmed on the All Eyez on Brussells 2 card after Keane McMahon’s return was confirmed for the battle night time final week, as was a testing battle for Tiernan Bradley.
Neither Bradley’s nor O’Rourke’s bouts look as harmful as ‘The Ice Man’s’ on paper – the Dub faces undefeated former newbie of notice Anass Messaoudi – however stays step-ups and potential banana skins.
Bradley takes on Dutch puncher Wilson Sanchez Mendes one other relatively dangerous opponent.