The Shrimps are showing their support for local boxer Isaac Lowe who is set for the toughest fight of his life.
Morecambe’s Westgate Warrior, an avid Shrimps' fan, thought about hanging up his gloves after the disappointment of seeing a chance to fight on the Tyson Fury-Wladimir Klitschko undercard put on hold after his longtime friend picked up an ankle injury.
However the resort’s rising star is now fully focused on the first defence of his Commonwealth featherweight title as he meets former world title challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai at the Manchester Arena on September 24.
The 22-year-old, who will be fighting on the undercard of the unification fight between lightweight kings Anthony Crolla and Jorge Linares, said: “It was hard with what happened the other week.
“I was thinking about quitting and just about did. “But it’s nice to have great friends and family and people on social media telling me not to quit. I got back in the gym and had only been in a day when this was announced.
“It was just the kick up the backside I needed. It’s a fight I can’t mess about with and I know I’ve got to be at 110 per cent.” Isaac is looking for Shrimps' fans to support him on his big night.