LIMERICK'S GRAHAM McCormack has confirmed that he will enter the ring with Paul Kean, the former Scottish Champion, in Glasgow next month.
Kean has a record of [13(1)-2]. The boxer from Dundee will be a formidable test for the Irish man.
The BUI middleweight Celtic title will be on the line when the pair meet on November 19.
Graham McCormack known as ‘G Train’ will see this as his chance to acquire a big scalp in boxing as he looks to take a significant step toward an Irish title shot.
The 34-year-old’s had a period over two years out of the ring, but has now decided to return.
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Paul Kean (13-2) v Graham McCormack (6-0) was always going to be a tasty fight and now there...
G Train defeated Jordan Latimer in an enthralling four-round fight last month and fights on the Sam Kynoch Show, with more in just over a month.
Irish fight fans will know McCormack from his BUI Celtic title fight against Jay Byrne; Byrne beat McCormack on points back in May of 2018.
The 28-year-old Dundee fighter's only two defeats have come in title fights. He lost to Stefan Sanderson - a fighter Jay Byrne defeated - in a Scottish title fight, and to Hamzah Sheeraz in a fight for the WBO light-middleweight European ranking title.
The Scot certainly represents a step up for the Treaty county fighter but McCormack will go into the clash confident and told Irish-boxing.com that his return fight with Latimer proved perfect prep.
“I feel it was the perfect comeback fight after so long out of the ring,” he continues.
— Graham Gtrain mccormack (@GrahamMccormac7) October 5, 2021