Date: 19th November 2014 at 3:57pm
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Those who follow Amateur Boxing and who watched the Commonwealth games, in Glasgow, will surely remember how a certain Charlie Flynn captured the hearts of the host nation.

Flynn, boxing at lightweight, boxed his way to Gold medal glory in front of a partisan home crowd that lifted the roof off of the premises when the medal was presented and Flower of Scotland was sung by everyone present.

Well Charlie Flynn has now decided to leave the amateur game and has decided to take the game seriously, by joining the professional ranks.

Flynn will make his professional debut on 14th December, against an as yet un-named opponent, at Glasgow?s Thistle Hotel.

As Flynn embarks on a professional career he will be trained by Peter Harrison and managed by the astute Alex Morrison, as for a promoter Flynn, like so many these days, has opted for Eddie Hearn to be the one to raise his profile considerably.

Here at Vital Boxing we?d like to wish Charlie all the best as he starts a career in the professional ranks that could elevate him to superstar level, all the best Charlie.