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Liam O’Hare v. TBA

Eastside Rooms, on Woodcock Street in Birmingham, England – February 26, 2022

Liam O’Hara will walk by himself when the fast-footed middleweight returns to the city where he made his debut.

His second outing is scheduled for when BCB Promotions will host its first show at Eastside Rooms on Woodcock Street in Birmingham, and an evening of combat is scheduled for Friday, February 25th.

It’s been two months since the 25-year-old from Hereford made his professional bow in Edgebastan to the H Suite as part of another BCB card.

He joined with super-experienced Kevin McCauley, who was approaching his 250th professional fight in his 13-year career.

At the start of their clash O’Hay was moving at breakneck speed, but stopped at the competition to get all four sessions ahead of McCauley 40-36.

Now it’s a numbers game for accountant-trainee O’Hara, who wants to quickly regain balance and improve his professional experience.

His first raid on Birmingham took place as a teenager, in a completely different setting when he was studying the art of dance while a student at Elmhurst Ballet School.

After switching to martial arts, O’Hara began an amateur career at Lidney Boxing Club, which led him to the semi-finals of the English Junior Championships.

He is currently studying at the Hereford Boxing Academy in Tony Chadwick, who had to spend it faster than usual.

O’Hare said: “It’s about standing out and hopefully it will pay dividends. I took this fight in a short time, so I only had about three weeks of camp.

“When I first heard about this date, I just went back to the gym. I had a Covid after Christmas, so that brought me out for a while.

“I’m very religious with my weight loss, so I can cut myself and eat right at the right time. I didn’t lose that much energy.

“The first week was still hard, but I felt acute. My debut was not so long ago, so I think I still endured a bit of the acuity from it.

“I’ve learned a lot since my debut and I’m glad I had Kevin (McCauley) as a rival. He is a difficult man, but also a good guy. Afterwards I had a good conversation with him.

“I could have done things differently to get out of the gate too quickly, but I knew I had the ability not to let out gas.

“It was hard to tell how tired I was because of the adrenaline rushing through me, and it had a lot to do with the crowd. It was a great atmosphere, Hereford can be quite stormy!

“I’ve shown my endurance and toughness that I have, so this time it’s about slowing down a bit and working on my skills. No one turns over, knowing everything about being a professional. ”

Tickets to the Eastside Rooms account are priced at £ 40 standard or £ 75 for a VIP buffet with the buffet directly at Boxers or on myfighttickets.com.


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Liam O’Hare walks by himself

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Liam O’Hare v. TBA

Eastside Rooms, on Woodcock Street in Birmingham, England – February 26, 2022

Liam O’Hara will walk by himself when the fast-footed middleweight returns to the city where he made his debut.

His second outing is scheduled for when BCB Promotions will host its first show at Eastside Rooms on Woodcock Street in Birmingham, and an evening of combat is scheduled for Friday, February 25th.

It’s been two months since the 25-year-old from Hereford made his professional bow in Edgebastan to the H Suite as part of another BCB card.

He joined with super-experienced Kevin McCauley, who was approaching his 250th professional fight in his 13-year career.

At the start of their clash O’Hay was moving at breakneck speed, but stopped at the competition to get all four sessions ahead of McCauley 40-36.

Now it’s a numbers game for accountant-trainee O’Hara, who wants to quickly regain balance and improve his professional experience.

His first raid on Birmingham took place as a teenager, in a completely different setting when he was studying the art of dance while a student at Elmhurst Ballet School.

After switching to martial arts, O’Hara began an amateur career at Lidney Boxing Club, which led him to the semi-finals of the English Junior Championships.

He is currently studying at the Hereford Boxing Academy in Tony Chadwick, who had to spend it faster than usual.

O’Hare said: “It’s about standing out and hopefully it will pay dividends. I took this fight in a short time, so I only had about three weeks of camp.

“When I first heard about this date, I just went back to the gym. I had a Covid after Christmas, so that brought me out for a while.

“I’m very religious with my weight loss, so I can cut myself and eat right at the right time. I didn’t lose that much energy.

“The first week was still hard, but I felt acute. My debut was not so long ago, so I think I still endured a bit of the acuity from it.

“I’ve learned a lot since my debut and I’m glad I had Kevin (McCauley) as a rival. He is a difficult man, but also a good guy. Afterwards I had a good conversation with him.

“I could have done things differently to get out of the gate too quickly, but I knew I had the ability not to let out gas.

“It was hard to tell how tired I was because of the adrenaline rushing through me, and it had a lot to do with the crowd. It was a great atmosphere, Hereford can be quite stormy!

“I’ve shown my endurance and toughness that I have, so this time it’s about slowing down a bit and working on my skills. No one turns over, knowing everything about being a professional. ”

Tickets to the Eastside Rooms account are priced at £ 40 standard or £ 75 for a VIP buffet with the buffet directly at Boxers or on myfighttickets.com.


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