Scot Alexander White is back in Belfast for some hard-grind training
as he prepares for his next outing in Geneva on May 6.
The teenager, who defeated Ballysillan man Aubrey Tarr at the Ulster
Hall last December, will meet Patrick Kinigamazi in a non-title
Kinigamazi is an experience boxer and kickboxer who will give the
little Scot a real test over five rounds.
But with former four-time world champion Billy Murray in his corner
when a Northern Ireland team travels to Geneva next month, White
is confident of winning.
This is the second time White has stationed himself in Belfast for
intensive training with Murray and world champions Gary Hamilton,
lydia Braniff and now newly crowned champion Andrew Grimasom.
“Alexander is a real talent just waiting to explode onto the
scene,” said Murray.
“His coach at home, Gary Langford, is carefully planning Alexander’s
future and it is a pleasure for me to be involved and to help in
any way I can.
“We have more fighters in Belfast that suit Alexander’s
training needs and he will get the best treatment while he’s
a guest in our city.”
The 19-year-old said: “I really enjoy being in Belfast because
there is no distraction from my training and there’s few better
coaches in the world that Mr Murray.
“It helps to add a bit of variety to training and gain advice
from another respected coach. I’m looking forward to travelling
with the team to Geneva. Maybe I’ll pass for an Irishman for
the day and win for Billy Murray’s gym, but of course I'll
be flying the Scottish flag.”
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