Scottish middleweight contender Craig McEwan has revealed that
he is considering a return to the United States because big fights
on this side of the pond have failed to materialise.
The 30-year-old from Edinburgh has scored routine wins over Jay
Morris and Paul Morby since returning to these shores but craves
Having spent several years boxing out of Freddie Roach's Wild
Card Gym in Hollywood, McEwan is used to the American way of life
but had wanted to make a name for himself in the UK against the
likes of Darren Barker and Matthew Murray.
"Before coming here I thought I could get involved in British,
European and Commonwealth titles but nobody seems to want to
entertain me," he told the Daily Record.
"I am 30 and I have four years left but if you are not getting
the fights you begin to wonder it it's worth it.
"I am just working away at the gym waiting for something to
happen. I feel guilty. I have come home and earned nothing while my
wife is out there working. That's pretty hard to take.
"I am not saying I am anything special but I have something to
"You see the top people on TV and think you could be in the mix
He added that if he cannot get a fight against the likes of
Barkert et al, he would be more than happy to face someone such as
Wales' former European champion Kerry Hope or Matthew Hall.