Exciting prospect Stevie McKenna [5(5)-0]is getting busy in the festive period.
The undefeated light middleweight will fight on back to back Fridays and on back to back Hennessy Promotion shows.
It also means two terrestrial TV appearances in seven days for the older of two boxing brothers.
The 23-year-old takes to the ring on the undercard of Ashley Theophane versus Sam Eggington this coming show, a card brother Stevie also appears on.
Providing all goes well the Monaghan native will be be back out seven days later after securing a slot on the December 18 card at the same Fly By Nite Rehearsal Studios.
McKenna will populate the a card topped by the British title fight between Shakan Pitters and Craig Richards.
🕵️♂️ Hunting season resumes for the Hitman, @stevie_mckenna. And this time he'll be in arms with his brother, @Aaronmckenna99.— Hennessy Sports (@HennessySports) December 9, 2020
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The late December fight ensures McKenna has a rather productive year considering the circumstances.
The Sheer Sports managed fighter will have got out three times in a pandemic hampered 12 months with all three fights playing out on Channel 5.
With two wins the Freddie Roach trained fighter, who holds a 100 percent knock out ratio, will move into 2021 as an 8-0 prospect ready to kick on.