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And Ingle who succeeded Jess Fishlock as Wales skipper, will face the former Vixen who is on loan at Frankfurt from Seattle Reign FC.
Ingle said: 'I certainly enjoyed it, although I had a few distractions during the week.
Ingle, who plays conniving Edward Quartermaine, patriarch of the fictional Port Charles, N.
Montana provided MTNA with a national president, John Crowder, in 1953, noted Ingle as he presented a plaque to the association.
Featherweight Ingle is recovering after being plunged into a coma when he was knocked out by South African Mbolelu Botile in Sheffield in December.
Ingle (below), beaten in the last round of his defence of the IBF world featherweight title by South African Mbulelo Botile, was unconscious in the ring for several minutes before being taken on a stretcher to a waiting ambulance.
Ingle halted seasoned New Yorker Junior Jones - the man beaten by Coventry's Richard Evatt in a world title fight last year- in the 11th round after being sent tumbling in the ninth round of his first title defence on the undercard to the Lennox Lewis-Michael Grant fight.
Hamed totally dominated the first eight rounds, flooring Ingle in the first with a left hook and again in the sixth with a left to the body.
I can't seen it going beyond three rounds," said Ingle, assessing Hamed's first night without him in his corner since the WBO featherweight champion first walked into his gymnasium in Sheffield as a seven-year-old.
Ingle attended the DeBose National Piano Competition Festival in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
STRICKEN boxer Paul Ingle should never have been allowed to come out for the final round of his ill-fated title fight, says the opponent who took his IBF featherweight crown.
For the first time in his fighting life, Hamed will not have Brendan Ingle to impart the words of wisdom.