Martin Lindsay aiming to feature on McCloskey and Irish Middleweights Betfair Prizefighter bill

Greene and O’Donnell join Prizefighter line-up – tickets on sale at 9am tomorrow - Martin Lindsay is planning to fight on the massive Belfast bill alongside Paul McCloskey and the all-Irish Middleweight Betfair Prizefighter night on May 5 in King’s Hall, live on Sky Sports.

The former British featherweight champion is plotting a return to action after over a year out of the ring, beginning in March in London before taking his place on the top class King’s Hall bill as he looks to get back into title contention.

Lindsay will kick-off the evening before the All-Irish Middleweight Prizefighter takes centre-stage, and two further names have been added to the line-up.

The ‘Slick Fightin Irish’ Simon O’Donnell from Galway and unbeaten Ryan Greene from Lurgan join unbeaten Commonwealth gold winner ‘King Kane’ Eamonn O’Kane, EBA champ Anthony ‘Fitzer’ Fitzgerald, Mark ‘Kid Dynamite’ Heffron, Joe ‘Sugar’ Rea, and Darren Cruise in the 24th edition of Matchroom Sport’s eight-man, one night tournament, with one final name to be added.

Paul McCloskey closes the show against former IBF World champion Julio Diaz and tickets for the evening go on sale at 9am on Friday (March 2).

Tickets priced at £30 (unreserved), £40 (reserved balcony or unreserved floor), £60 (outer-ringside) and £100 (ringside) are available from Ticketmaster on 0844 277 4455 – UK/Northern Ireland customers, 0818 719 300 – Republic of Ireland customers and at

VIP packages priced £150 are available from Matchroom Sport on 01277 359900 and at

Paul McCloskey’s fans can also buy their tickets at the prices above from Eurospar Dungiven and any EuroXchange outlet.

Article posted on 01.03.2012

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