No offer sent to Creagh, but he would love to “break down” McKenna
Sean Creagh claims he is oblivious to rumours that he is on the verge of competing in one of the more intriguing, if not high profile, all-Irish clashes of recent times.
Irish-Boxing.com believes that a Belfast v Dublin light welterweight showdown between Tyrone McKenna and Creagh is on the cards for Frank Warren’s Belfast show, which will be topped by Jamie Conlan and Anthony Nelson’s ‘Fight of the Year’ rematch.
Creagh has moved to dampen excitement regarding the still to be officially announced show and revealed that he has not been officially offered the clash, but provided fight fans hope by suggesting that it’s a fight he “would love.”
The fight anyone, anywhere, anytime advocate, who has been linked with Stephen Carroll in recent months, claims he would take the fight if it fitted into his calendar.
The Tallaght native also stressed he would be confident that he could beat the rangy and more experienced MGM fighter. The come-forward merchant feel he would break the Belfast fighter down and claim what would be a career-changing win.
“There has been no offer yet and it’s the first I have heard of it to be honest,” Creagh told Irish-boxing.com.
“In saying that, it’s a fight that I would love. I would take it no problem if it suited date wise.”
“I think I could break him down. I want to be in good fights and Tyrone is a good fight for me and I would be a good fight for him.”
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