Heffron warms up for Prizefighter with knock out win


Mark ‘Kid Dynamite’ Heffron promises to be even more explosive in Belfast on May 5th than he was on St Patricks Day in Amsterdam where he notched up an impressive 1st round Konckout over rugged French man Fethi Bentafna.

Kid Dynamite’s opponent, who had never been stopped in his 22 previous contest could not handle the explosive power from his attacking all action assassin and was counted out lying lifeless on the ropes by the Dutch referee Robert Verwijs.

Heffron at just 20 years old has KO punch power in both hands and this coupled with amazing accuracy will ensure that he is the hot favorite to win the Irish Middleweight Prizefighter which will be held in Belfast, Northern Ireland for the very first time.

‘Mark Heffron will be impossible to beat in the Irish Middleweight Prizefighter and he has already been tipped by Freddie Roach and Ricky Hatton to go all the way and become world champion’. said his manager Gary Hyde who also manages a team of undefeated fighters which includes WBA World 122lb champion Guillermo ‘El Chacal’ Rigondeaux (9-0), Levan ‘The Wolf’ Ghvamichava (6-0) and Dee ‘Waldo’ Walsh (2-0).

‘When Mark was 17 he sparred World Champion Amir Khan at the Wildcard in LA and after the spar Freddie Roach was so impressed with Mark’s aggressive style and power that he encouraged me to sign him immediately touting him as one of the best young fighters he has seen’.

Kid Dynamite who is now 6-0 with 5 KOs is really looking forward to fighting on the Matchroom’s Prizefighter and he is 100% confident of winning promising some big knock outs on route.

‘Since I have moved up to Middleweight my punching power has improved even more’ said a confident Mark Heffron I am knocking out sparring partners and I will be knocking out who ever I am drawn against in the middleweight prizefighter on May 5th.’ With all due respects to these fighters they just have never been hit like I am going to hit them and when they are hit believe me they will fall and I will be Irish Middleweight Prizefighter Champion’.


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