Jamie Conlan vs. David Koos this Saturday at the Belfast Titanic Exhibition Centre

Jamie Conlan - Belfast's Jamie Conlan (17-0 11KOs) will warm-up for his vital WBO World title final eliminator with a must win eight round International Super-Flyweight contest against Hungary's David Koos (8-2-1 2KOs) this Saturday at the Belfast Titanic Exhibition Centre, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

Belfast’s Jamie Conlan (17-0 11KOs) will warm-up for his vital WBO World title final eliminator with a must win eight round International Super-Flyweight contest against Hungary’s David Koos (8-2-1 2KOs) this Saturday at the Belfast Titanic Exhibition Centre, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

All-action Conlan was handed a massive boost ahead of his hotly-anticipated homecoming fight when he was told his next fight would be a WBO World title final eliminator. ‘The Mexican’ is promising there will be no slip-ups against the dangerous Koos as he prepares himself for a career-defining fight in 2017.

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Jamie Conlan to fight on November 5

Promoter Frank Warren is set to showcase the very best of Irish Boxing live on BoxNation when he returns to Belfast to promote an action-packed show at the Titanic Exhibition Centre on 5th November.

Belfast’s Commonwealth Champion Jamie Conlan continues his journey towards a 2017 World title shot and is joined by Ireland’s Triple Olympian Paddy Barnes making his professional debut which should guarantee a huge crowd at the Titanic Centre.

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Four candidates for Fight Of The Year so far, and we still have five months to go

Jamie Conlan - In a sign of how good a year it has already been for boxing here in 2016, we have at least four absolutely cracking fights being looked at as candidates for winning this year’s FOTY distinction - and as great as these fights have been, we still have some potential thrillers to look forward to in the remaining five months of the year.

In a sign of how good a year it has already been for boxing here in 2016, we have at least four absolutely cracking fights being looked at as candidates for winning this year’s FOTY distinction – and as great as these fights have been, we still have some potential thrillers to look forward to in the remaining five months of the year.

So far, fans and experts are agreed how the Keith Thurman-Shawn Porter fight, the Orlando Salido-Francisco Vargas fight and the more recent Carl Frampton-Leo Santa Cruz fight are all up there as genuine FOTY candidates. I would like to add to the list the terrific Jamie Conlan-Anthony Nelson fight.

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The best value for money warrior you might not have seen fight (yet): Jamie Conlan, back in action July 16th

If you have not yet seen unbeaten super-flyweight warrior Jamie Conlan fight, do yourself a favour, stop reading this article and search out as many bouts from the Irish fighter’s pro career as you can – his absolute, have to be seen to be believed battles with Junior Granados and, in his last fight, Anthony Nelson especially.

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Jamie Conlan stops Anthony Nelson in thrilling war, takes Commonwealth super-fly title

Conlan KO8 Nelson in WAR! Tonight at The Copper Box, super-flyweights Jamie Conlan and Anthony Nelson engaged in a fight so fierce, so thrilling, it simply has to go down as 2016’s Fight of The Year thus far into the 12 months. Conlan took Nelson’s Commonwealth title with a body shot KO at 40-seconds of the 8th-round, to improve to 16-0(10), with Nelson, who was making the first defence of the title, falling to 11-1(2) – but the final result does not come close to telling the whole story.

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