Betting odds for Tennyson v Geraghty and McKenna v Hanney

The BoxNation show at Waterfront Hall this Friday features two massive Belfast v Dublin battles.

James Tennyson takes on Declan Geraghty for the Irish super featherweight title, while Tyrone McKenna defends his BUI Celtic light welterweight belt against Jake Hanney.

Irish bookmaking giant Paddy Power have priced up both bouts and the odds make for interesting reading.

Geraghty finds himself the 8/11 favourite for the Irish title clash, with Tennyson a slight underdog at 11/10. The draw can be had at 22/1.

‘The Mighty Celt’ McKenna is odds on to retain his belt, with a price of 2/9. ‘The Wizard’ Hanney is 3/1 to conjure up an upset. The draw here is 25/1.

McKenna v Hanney also has additional markets. A stoppage win for McKenna can be had at 6/4, while an eight round points win is 5/4. The respective prices for Hanney are 11/2 and 7/1.

Round betting is as follows:

Jake Hanney Round 1 – 100/1
Jake Hanney Round 2 – 66/1
Jake Hanney Round 3 – 40/1
Jake Hanney Round 4 – 33/1
Jake Hanney Round 5 – 33/1
Jake Hanney Round 6 – 33/1
Jake Hanney Round 7 – 33/1
Jake Hanney Round 8 – 40/1

Tyrone McKenna Round 1 – 33/1
Tyrone McKenna Round 2 – 25/1
Tyrone McKenna Round 3 – 18/1
Tyrone McKenna Round 4 – 16/1
Tyrone McKenna Round 5 – 12/1
Tyrone McKenna Round 6 – 12/1
Tyrone McKenna Round 7 – 12/1
Tyrone McKenna Round 8 – 18/1

Bets can be placed HERE

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