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Former top flight junior welterweight Eamonn Magee was at ringside at the King's Hall, Belfast Saturday night and walking without the assistance of a cane.
The former Commonwealth Champion was dragged from his car in April and savagely beaten; he suffered a punctured lung, and a shattered left leg which required surgery to repair.
On Saturday he was still walking with a notable limp, but vowed he will fight again.
He said: "I'm getting better and am able to train in some ways. I will box again."
At the time of the attack, the 32-year-old was heading into a WBA welterweight title shot v Sharmba Mitchell.
EAMONN Magee is launching one of the biggest comebacks in the history of sport.
After his leg was smashed earlier this year in a row with a neighbour and he lay in hospital suffering multiple blood clots, Magee naturally declared that his ring career was over.
But his recovery has been simply amazing and the WBU welterweight champion returned to John Breen's gym this week to begin his road back to fitness and the ring.
Terminator Magee has already defied doctors and consultants with how he has recovered and the plaster surrounding his leg has now gone, though the Belfast man admits that he continues to take medication.