Video News: Hearn - September Belfast show will still go ahead

Eddie Hearn confirmed at the post fight press conference with Prizefighter winner Eamonn O'Kane, that the planned September Belfast show will still go ahead despite Paul McCloskey's upset loss to Demarcus 'Chop Chop' Corley.
Hearn planned to speak with McCloskey to consult with him on his future career plans, but either way, the Belfast show will go ahead with Carl Frampton, Eamonn O'Kane, Martin Lindsay and Jamie Conlan on the card. Hearn also dismissed the possibility of O'Kane fighting Gary 'Spike' O'Sullivan next and elaborated on the process in which he tried to secure O'Sullivan's inclusion in the Irish Middleweight Prizefighter.
Prizefighter winner Eamonn O'Kane discusses his performance, his career aspirations and deals with the criticism that he 'led with the head'. O'Kane also paid tribute to all of his Prizefighter opponents and also had high words of praise for the Irish Olympic boxers ahead of the London 2012 Olympics.
Part one of the Press Conference Video:

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