Daniel McShane has a busy few weeks ahead as this Belfast fighter looks to keep his unbeaten record intact.
The man known as ‘Insane’ will fight for a International Masters bronze title on September 14 before fighting on the undercard of Carl Frampton’s IBF World title eliminator against Jeremy Parodi on October 19 in the Odyssey.
McShane will take on Zoltan Kovacs at the Devonish Complex for the Masters title and he is looking forward to the challenge.
“I am really looking forward to both of the fights. It is great to be fighting for my first title as a professional at the Devonish and to be figting on the big Frampton bill at the Odyssey.
“But at this moment in time I am totally focused on the title fight at the Devonish.
“It would be fantastic to get my hands on my first title and it would be a stepping stone to bigger and better things.
“I know Kovacs is more of a boxer than a fighter, so I will have to be ready for him,” he added.
And McShane says he wants to move upwards and onwards in the coming months.
“When I win the Masters title it will move me up a level and I want to keep progressing and getting better. I don’t want to stay at the same level,” he added.
Also on the bill at the Devonish Complex will be Paddy Gallagher, Joe Hillerby, Declan Trainor, Gerard Healy, Christina McMahon and John Hutchinson.