Ryan Scott looking to steal the show at the ‘Steel Men Return’
Wishaw Middleweight Ryan Scott is guaranteeing that on March 8th he will steal the limelight away from the main event, which features Paul Allison v Gary McCallum for the vacant Scottish Middleweight title.
After a four year break between his debut, and his second fight Scott insists that he has it in him to win honours “There was quite a break between my first and second fight, but on my second I used this to see if I still had the magic and after six rounds with Duncan Cottier and I feel I still have a lot to offer.
“I have been training hard, working on my timing and been hitting the bag. I have also been getting in some serious sparring and without going to much into it, I have gone through a few sparring partners!” added the 29 year old.
With a good training camp in the bank, he calmly predicts that he will be stealing show at Ravenscraig “The March 8th card will be a big night. Locally there is a lot of interest and I know that I will be stealing the show with a great performance and will be looking to get a knockout over my opponent Costas Osben and impress the paying fans.
Prospect Boxing and Chris Gilmour present ‘The Steel Men Return’ an evening of Professional Championship Boxing at Ravenscraig Sports Facility on Friday March 8th. Headlined by Gary McCallum v Paul Allison for the Vacant Scottish Middleweight Title.
With a 10 fight under card it features Rhys Pagan, Mark Parvin, Sean Watson and Ryan Scott. Jordan McCorry, Darren McAdam, Mitch Prince and Martin Taylor makes his pro debut in the Light Welterweight division while Alex Montgomery makes his debut in a Super Middleweight bout.
Tickets are priced at £30 (unreserved) and £40 (ringside) ,and further details are avail from www.prospectboxing.com and www.facebook.com/ProspectBoxing and @ProspectBoxing