Just talking about the upcoming Belfast show made me realise the huge amount of potential coming through in the pro ranks North and South presently.some with genuine world level aspirations and some who will bounce around domestic level but be fun to follow.my roots are from the north so I have an interest in the sport up there,I just wondered what expectations were for some of the following- Paddy barnes (weight?) Michael Conlan (weight?) Jason quigley 11-0 middleweight John Joe nevin 8-0 lightweight Ryan burnett 15-0 bantamweight Anthony cacace 14-0 super feather Con sheehan 3-0 heavyweight Tommy McCarthy 9-0 cruiserweight Jamie conlan 17-0 super fly Philip sutcliffe Jnr 11-1 light welter Jono Carroll 11-0 super feather Gary Sweeney 2-0 cruiserweight That's 12 promising prospects there plus the likes of- James tennyson,Conrad Cummings,luke keeler,paddy gallagher,Declan geraghty,marco mccullough,alfredo meli,Joe Fitzpatrick and more who are still finding their place in the ranks. The only problem is there are no promoters based in ireland who put on shows and a lack of interest in the south.the North has a big boxing history of course and hopefully some will stay based there,but looking at the current names in the pro scene you have frampton,andy Lee,jamie kavanagh and stephen ormond who have all travelled to the states to get opportunites.Quigley,conlan,nevin and sheehan briefly have followed in their footsteps. So do we have world champions here? Or any dark horses you rate?