Ricky Burns was rolling out more than punches at the Atlantic Fish and Chip Shop.
The WBO superfeatherweight champion arrived at the Calder Street chippie to serve up suppers on behalf of the STV Appeal.
For over two hours, Ricky served up two special suppers created especially for the campaign by Atlantic owner Giovanni Fonda.
In honour of Ricky’s visit, Giovanni – a former winner of the UK Fish and Chip shop of the Year competition – created two special suppers, the Atlantic Champion Fish Supper and the Ricky Burns Chippy Champ Sausage Supper.
Every penny from the £2.50 price went straight to the STV Appeal. To make the suppers even more special, Ricky autographed the wrappers of each supper sold.
Ricky said: “I’m more than happy to help.
“I have been down here signing everybody’s fish suppers and sausage suppers and getting photographs taken and it is all for a good cause.
“I think it’s great that local businesses have come out and showed their support as well.”
Ricky also said that despite maintaining his fitness for his next bout, he was tempted to indulge in one of his favourite sausage suppers – but only after an hour long run.
The 28-year-old is set to face American Adrien Broner in his next defence of his super-middleweight belt.
With the fight set to take place in Cinncinati, Burns says he is ready to take on the quick-fisted 22-year-old.
He said: “I’m always telling people that I don’t get to pick my opponents but the Broner fight is one that I really want.
“He is a young fighter, similar in style to Floyd Mayweather and a lot of people have already written me off but I’m confident they will all get a shock when I get into the ring.”