Ryan Coyne Ready for Fight of his Life

Undefeated cruiserweight prospect Ryan Coyne (16-0 6KOs) is working hard in training camp as he prepares to show the world what he can do when he faces WBA cruiserweight champion Guillermo Jones (37-3 29KOs) of Panama. The 28-year-old has been patiently waiting for this opportunity and knows that Jones is a very formidable opponent. He wants the world to know they can expect to see the “Irish Outlaw” at his best come fight night.

“I didn’t start training for this fight 8 weeks ago or even 8 months ago. I knew I was going to get this fight the day I inked with Don King and I’ve been preparing for this fight since that day. Guillermo is a phenomenal fighter, an underrated fighter, probably the best champion in the division. He’s the most dangerous and least lucrative. On June 25th I have to fight an A+ fight or I’ll take my first loss,” the eloquent Coyne stated.

Coyne is a student of the game and takes his craft seriously. His training camp for this fight is no different, “I always do my homework and I’m putting in the time, getting my extra credit too. I know exactly what I have to do to win this fight and on June 25th I’m going to be world champion.”

The former Contender series alumni is excited that when he steps in the ring for the biggest fight of his career on June 25th, it will be in front of his hometown fans. The fight takes place at the Family Arena which is located just outside of St Louis, MO. The “Irish Outlaw” has a large contingent of fans that will be out in full force on fight night.

“Many fighters train their whole life for this opportunity and it never comes. I have been truly blessed. I will fight for the world title 4 miles from the house I grew up in. This is more than a great opportunity but opportunity means nothing if you can’t capitalize on it. I have the best fans in the business and I’m going to give them a performance to remember on June 25th,” Coyne said.

The championship fight takes place on the under card of fellow St. Louis native Devon Alexander’s homecoming bout versus Lucas Matthysse of Argentina which will be televised by HBO.

Tickets are priced from $25 to $300 and are available tickets will at and at the Family Arena box office.

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