Ray Moylette

  • Assassin Boxing has announced that Roy Sheahan will fight on December 7th in Mayo on the undercard of ‘The Homecoming’ which is headlined by Ray Moylette’s first title fight and the return of Gary Spike O Sullivan. 

    Roy Sheahan, a decorated amateur, hit the headlines last March when he won ‘Last Man Standing’ defeating Vladimir Belujsky, JJ McDonagh and Jack Cullen to claim the crown. 

    Sheahan is looking forward to getting back in the ring, and is ready for an exciting 2019 as he targets the Irish title and more. 

    Tickets available https://www.ticketmaster.ie/professional-championship-boxing-co-mayo-07-12-2018/event/1800555AC9D5849A

  • Islandeady boxer Ray Moylette has made his 7 day weight ahead of his world title bout next Friday.


    Ray weighted in at 141.7lbs just a week away from the bout with Christian Uruzquieta in the Royal Theatre in Castlebar.


    Midwest Radio will be broadcasting live from the event and will have tickets to give away as well.


  • Midwest Radio will have live coverage on Friday night of Ray Moylette's homecoming fight in Castlebar.

    The Islandeady native takes on Mexico's Christain Uruzguieta for the WBC International Lightweight title in the main event at the TF Royal Theatre in Castlebar.

    Midwest Radio's Michael D McAndrew will be broadcasting live from the event on Friday night.

    TG4 will also broadcast the boxing bouts live on television.



    Mayo boxer Ray Moylette will fight twice in May and June, as he continues his impressive start to the pro ranks.

    Moylette, a former world junior amateur champion, will firstly fight in Ipswich on May 26th in a show promoted  by Mervin Turner under his promotional banner ‘Shamrock Promotions’.

    This will see the Islandeady man step up to 8 rounders for the first time, since turning to the paid ranks back in March 2017.

    Ray Moylette also plans to fight for a local title on June 23rd in Boston, again over 8 rounds.

    He has already fought 6 times in Boston, making the region a home away from home, and will look to mark his 7th outing with a title win.

    Moylette will have had an staggering 11 fights in his first 15 months as a pro.

    With aspirations of a homecoming in Mayo, he will be hoping to get himself into the perfect title position according to the Assassin Boxing website.




  • Mayo boxer Ray Moylette will fight for the first time since his Castlebar homecoming next month.

    ‘Sugar Ray’ will be in action on a July 12th card in America according to his coach Paschal Collins and www.irish-boxing.com

    Full details of the bout will be confirmed in the coming days.

    Encore Boston Harbor is said to be the venue for Moylette’s eighth fight in America. 

    It will be the first time the popular fighter will be in the ring since his lose to tough Mexican Christian Uruzquieta in December. 

    The 29-year-old former amateur standout saw his stock rise in defeat live on TG4 as he got up of the floor twice in a round in front of a vocal and sizable Royal Theatre crowd. 


  • Islandeady boxer Ray Moylette’s fight with Larry Fryes is back on, in Boston for a St Patrick’s weekend card.

    Both men will trade leather in an American hosted all Irish clash New England title fight next month.

    The Mayo boxer and the New York based Clones fighter will meet at Murphy’s Boxing St Patrick’s Weekend Show at the House of Blues in Boston on March the 14th.

    The pair had agreed to fight in New York last July, but Ray Moylette had to pull out at the last minute due to visa issues.

  • Mayo’s Ray Moylette faces Larry Fryers in an intriguing America-hosted all-Irish clash this Friday. 

    The Islandeady boxer and the New York-based Clones fighter are scheduled to battle it out on a Murphys Boxing show at the Encore Casino in Boston Harbour(July 12th). 

    The clash will take place over eight rounds

    For ‘Sugar Ray’ it’s the first time he will be seen in a ring since his sensational but ultimately disappointing outing, in terms of the result in his TV-broadcast- Castlebar homecoming.

    The 29-year-old former amateur standout saw his stock rise in defeat, live on TG4 as he got up of the floor twice in a round in front of a vocal and sizable TF Royal Theatre crowd. 

    However, having lost to Mexican Christian Uruzquieta for the WBC International Silver title on that December night he will be more than eager to secure victory in America on Friday. 

    Yet, the Paschal Collins-trained fighter hasn’t been handed an easy return, stepping up in weight and straight into a domestic. 

    In Fryers he faces another keen-to-progress Irish fighter. Like his opponent, the 28-year-old Ulsterman knows what it’s like to suffer defeat on a breakthrough night. The Monaghan fighter was stopped by Russian dangerman Nikolay Buzolin on a big Matchroom card in Brooklyn.

     ‘Lethal Larry’ has been preparing for this bout with plenty of sparring with former light welter world champion Chris Algieri and will be confident his size and activity will be crucial advantages over former World Youth and European Elite champion Moylette.

  • Mayo-born boxer Ray Moylette is back in the ring in Boston this weekend where he will fight fellow Irishman Larry Fryers for the New England welterweight rankings title.

    The Islandeady boxer was due to fight his Monaghan opponent last year but the bout was cancelled due to visa issues.

    The two will meet this Saturday night at the House of Blues in Boston.



  • Donegal's Jason Quigley faces Puerto Rico's Daniel Rosario in Boston in the early hours of tomorrow morning.

    The middleweight will be aiming to make it 14 wins from 14 as a professional.

    Mayo's Ray Moylette, also unbeaten in the pro ranks, faces Irish-American Matt Doherty on the undercard of Quigley's fight.

  • Ray Moylette made weight without any issue for tomorrow night's career highlight bout in Castlebar.

    The Islandeady native came in point-3 of a pound under the lightweight limit, while his opponent Christian Uruzquieta also came in under the 135-pound threshold.

    The pair will meet for the WBC International Silver lightweight title at Castlebar's Royal Theatre tomorrow night.




  • Islandeady boxer Ray Moylette will fight for the WBC International title when he comes home to Castlebar on December 7th.

    The former amateur European and World gold medallist, who has an 11-0 record since making the switch to the professional ranks, will fight for the strap and a world ranking place later this year.

    The lightweight star has fought several times in America as well as in the UK and once in Dublin and now returns home to fight in The Royal Theatre in Castlebar.

    Moylette’s opponent and the rest of the undercard will be announced by Assassin Boxing next week.

  • Islandeady boxer Ray Moylette has won his latest professional bout. 

    He overcame his opponent 79-73 on a unanimous decision in Boston last night. 

    Ray is now 11-0 in his pro career. 

  • Mayo’s Ray Moylette won his latest professional fight last night in Boston.

    The Islandeady man won his bout with Matt Doherty on a unanimous decision 59-55, 59-55, 58-54.

    Moylette is now 9-0.

  • Ray Moylette has won his latest professional bout. 

    Ray enjoyed a KO in the 7th over his Mexican opponent Miguel Zamudio in Ipswich last night. 

    This was Ray's first departure into an eight round contest since turning pro. 

    He is now 10-0 in his professional career. 

    Meanwhile Ireland overcame India in an Elite International Tournament in the TF Royal Theatre in Castlebar last night. 

    It finished 9-3 on the night. 

  • Mayo boxer Ray Moylette’s time with Assassin Boxing has come to an end.

    Ray tweeted last night that his contract with Assassin has ended and he will be moving onto the next chapter in his career.

    He also said he will have news of his next bout soon.

    Ray narrowly lost out in a title fight at the Royal Theatre in Castlebar last December.




  • Ray Moylette’s planned title fight in Boston this Friday night will now not go ahead.

    Visa issues have prevented the Islandeady boxer from entering the US.

    He was due to fight Monaghan's Larry Fryers in Boston for the New England Super Lightweight title.

    Ray tweeted last night that it's very disappointing his comeback show is on hold for a few weeks due to delays with visa applications.

    He says he's confident the documentation will be sorted over the coming days, and fight news will follow.





  • Ray Moylette will have to overcome tough Mexican opposition if he is to claim his first professional title next month.

    The Islandeady lightweight makes his Mayo homecoming at the Royal Theatre in Castlebar on Friday December 7th and it has been announced that he will face Christian Uruzquieta for the WBC International rankings title.

    The 28-year-old Mexico City man looks, on paper, to be Moylette’s toughest pro opponent to date.

    A pro for almost ten years, Uruzquieta has plenty of experience fighting on the road and has been a repeat visitor to Canada where, over five fights, he has posted two upset wins, one draw, and two losses.

    One of these wins came against Steve Wilcox – who Irish fans may remember from his clash with Dublin light welter Darragh Foley earlier this year.

    Moylette comes into the bout following a fantastic start to pro life in which he has scored 11 wins in under a year and a half – most of which have come against solid, game opposition.

    Uruzquieta, however, represents a serious step up for the Mayo 28-year-old who will be looking to enter the WBC Top 15 with a win.

    Tickets for the card go on sale next week and a full undercard will be announced soon – with Moylette’s Celtic Warriors gym-mate Spike O’Sullivan already being confirmed this weekend.

  • Assassin Boxing have confirmed that they’ve once again teamed up with TG4 to offer live coverage of ‘The Homecoming’ on December 7th from The Royal Theatre, Castlebar.

    December 7th will see Ray Moylette challenge for his first title and look to gain world ranking credentials if he is to beat Mexican, Christian Uruzquieta. While the co main event bout will see Gary Spike O Sullivan return to the ring as he continues to go in search of a world title opportunity.

    Moylette commented: ‘It’s an honour to have TG4 on board. This is a massive event for my county, but now hopefully a massive event for this country. I said I want to bring big time boxing back to Ireland, and this is a good start’

    Professional boxing from Ireland has only been broadcast terrestrially once before in almost a decade.

    Ray Moylette’s manager, Kaz Evans said:‘To think Irish boxers have been starved of the right coverage and platform, we now have a partner that can turn professional boxers from local to hero’s to Irish sporting greats’.

    Assassin Boxing too were heavily involved in bringing television to the table for the show they co promoted in March.

    They’ve once again struck a deal with TG4, and it appears the station will be the home of Irish boxing for the foreseeable future.

    Conor Slater from Assassin Boxing commented:
    ‘It’s brilliant to be working again with Rónán and TG4. They are a wonderful entity to be involved with. They share our vision for where Irish boxing should be, and they have really taken the plunge and have backed Irish boxing, they should be commended. This is a huge opportunity for everyone involved and hopefully one that will become a regular fixture in the calendar year. The country has so many sporting super stars, Robbie Keane, Brian O Driscoll, Katie Taylor, and now we have a platform for Moylette to become an Irish sporting great.’

    TG4 will show 3 hours of live boxing on December 7th, following on from their coverage of March’s show which was also shown over a 3 hour slot.

    Head of Sport at TG4, Rónán O Coisdealbha said: 
    ‘It’s a honour to be able to show live coverage of ‘The Homecoming’ on December 7th. We really look forward to playing a part in showing a sport that has provided so many great nights for the Irish public. We hope to continue to work with Moylette and Spike O Sullivan as they work towards world title shots’.

  • The Coronavirus has cancelled the Murphy’s Boxing St Patrick’s Day card set for Boston tomorrow meaning that Ray Moylette and Larry Fryers won’t fight.

    The Mayo boxer and Fryers were set to trade leather at the House of Blues in Boston, but the entire card has been cancelled.

    Mayo’s Moylette hasn’t fought in over a year after his last bout was cancelled due to visa issues.

    The Islandeady boxer will be extremely disappointed as it is the second time the bout has been called off.