Spike O'Sullivan - I'll be back
Spike O'Sullivan has vowed to return stronger and better than ever.
The Corkman suffered his third professional defeat in Las Vegas last week, as he was knocked out by David Lemieux in the first round.
Spike called into us yesterday to discuss the defeat, his plans to drop to light middleweight, plans to be back in the ring by Christmas and more - press PLAY
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