ONE day short of a year since making his professional debut at the same venue, Nathaniel Collins was headlining for the first time and fighting for a title on the Kynoch Boxing Promotions Thunder show at the Lagoon Leisure Centre.
The vacant Celtic featherweight title was on the line between two undefeated boxers. Killin’s Monty Ogilvie was officially the home fighter but Collins had a large support from neighbouring Glasgow.
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