Gary Hamilton knows he is in ‘last chance saloon’ when he faces Daniel Zahra in a World title fight at the Ulster Hall in Belfast on December 14.
In his last visit to the famous fighting venue in 2005 Belfast boy Hamilton suffered defeat in his clash with Mohammad Samir.
And Hamilton knows he has to deliver this time around against the man from Malta.
“Yes we are not getting any younger and yes I know I have to take this opportunity.
“After Christmas I will be 34 and I a know I have to deliver and I am confident of getting the job done,” he added.
And Hamilton says he is looking forward to fighting in front of a large Belfast crowd.
“The Belfast crowd is the best in the world. I lost the last time I fought at the Ulster Hall and I am determined to get the job done this time,” he added.
And trainer and promoter Billy Murray says the packed bill has everything that fight fans would be looking for.
“We have four World title fights, three European title fights, an Inter-Continental and a British title fight. Tickets are flying out and it will be a great night of kick boxing.”