Sean McComb Vows To Bounce Back After Upset Loss to Gwynne

Sean McComb has vowed that he will return in style following his Commonwealth lightweight title fight with Gavin Gwynne on Friday.

McComb (11-1, 5 KOs) gave it his all but came up short in the fight, with Gwynne (13-2, 3 KOs) earning the victory to claim the vacant title.

While the Belfast man was disappointed with the outcome, he insists that this is just a bump in the road and he will be back to his best in the near future.

McComb said: “The dust has settled a bit. A massive congratulations to Gavin Gwynne on becoming Commonwealth champion. He is a top man and a hard bastard! No excuses I’m a boxer that went toe to toe with a fighter and well, we all know what happened there.

“A massive thank you to MTK Global for giving me another opportunity so early in my career and having faith in me to begin with. The fight game is a funny old game. I watched the fight back and it was a cracker.

“No one gets in the ring and fights for you. It’s the loneliest sport in the world for sure but I have a caring team around me with MTK Global.

“I have great support from all of you legends, and then I have a few with their criticism which I take with a pinch of salt. This is a bump in the road, that is all. Bang Bang Gravy Chip!”