Siobhán wins First PRO Fight with Round 1 KO

Siobhán O’Leary took her first professional fight over her Hungarian opponent with a knockout midway through the first round.

They say that brevity is the essence of wit, but boxer, Siobhán O’Leary’s professional debut last night could be described as the essence of brevity.

Brevity is also the essence of the report on Siobhán’s super feather-weight fight against Hungarian national, Klaudia Csazsar.

First Bout as a PRO

Siobhán – with a Kilcummin father, Michael O’Leary and a Castleisland mother, Mary Mitchell – went into the ring at the Good Counsel GAA Club in Drimnagh in the Celtic Clash 7 Boxing Ireland Promotions card in Dublin for the first time in the pro ranks.

The report is essence itself and Siobhán’s determination and skills in the ring are the reasons.

This is it:

“Round 1 – Siobhan O’Leary’s right hand is a weapon. From the off she is hurting the Hungarian, straight right, straight right, Csazsar is completely out on her feet, somehow stays up before a MASSIVE shot sends her down and out. KO1 Siobhan O’Leary! Congratulations Siobhán.

Articulate and Determined

Boxing Ireland Promotions Manager, Stephen Sharpe said of Siobhán when she turned professional earlier this year: “I knew she had boxing ability but that’s not all, Siobhán has substance, she is also highly intelligent, articulate and as determined as the come.”

List of Sponsors

Siobhán has a list of sponsors and supporters she likes to have remembered when her career is mentioned in articles like this.

They include: Michael O’Leary PVC Kerry; Functional Fitness, Limerick; Dual Nature Massage Therapy, Limerick; Eats of Eden Health Food Store, Limerick; The Commerical Bar Limerick; Niall O’Sullivan Decors, Kerry; SBG Tallaght, Dublin.

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