DECLAN Geraghty has followed rival Jono Carroll down to super featherweight.
The Dublin prospect has been campaigning at lightweight since turning pro in May of 2014, but has elected to drop to super featherweight in the immediate future.
‘Pretty Boy’s’ first fight at his new weight will be on the Boxnation broadcast National Stadium hosted New Beginnings card on July 4.
Like the lightweight division the super featherweight weight clash is a packed one domestically.
James Tennyson is the current champ, Cyclone Promotions puncher Anto Cacace campaigns at the weight as do Logan McGuinness, Liam Walsh and Ciaran McVarnock.
Indeed, James Fryers has recently joined the weight class as has Geraghty’s old foe Jono Carroll.
The Dubliner claims he is open to clashes with them all.
“I’m dropping down weight for this fight and I will fight at super feather for a little while. Who ever my team want me to fight I will fight. I don’t care if they there Irish or not I will welcome all challengers.