Lowe hopes to be on Haye-Fury undercard

Isaac Lowe poses for the cameras after victory inside 90 seconds over Arron Flinn. Picture: Karen Priestley @karenpriestley

Isaac Lowe poses for the cameras after victory inside 90 seconds over Arron Flinn. Picture: Karen Priestley @karenpriestley

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Morecambe puncher Isaac Lowe hopes to appear on the undercard of good friend Tyson Fury’s big fight night against David Haye.

The 19-year-old Westgate Warrior wants to be part of the box office event at the Manchester Arena on September 28 as he continues his rise up the pro ranks.

The Lancaster Boxing Academy trained fighter is 4-0 in the paid ranks and last fought with a stoppage inside 90 seconds of Arron Flinn in Blackpool in June.

Lowe said: “I’m due out again at the end of September and hopefully it will be on Tyson’s show.

“Obviously with 20,00 people there that’s one I want to be on.

“Tyson’s my mate and my promoter (Steve Wood, VIP Promotions) knows his promoter (Mick Hennessy) and so I think I’ve got a good chance of getting on there.

“It’s going to be a great show and hopefully I can get on there and show more people what I’m made of.”

Other undercard fights that could happen include appearances from Fury’s Hennessy stablemates cousin Hughie Fury, Kid Galahad and ‘Son of the Legend’ Chris Eubank Jnr as well as Bury super bantamweight Scott Quigg going for a world title on home turf.