Dennis Hogan believes he has made massive improvements in the last eight months never mind the last two years.
As a result when ‘The Hurricane’ blows back into Australia for the first time since he defeated Steve Moxon in a Oceanic title fight on Saturday and warns his loyal Down Under fan base to expect big improvements.
The former WBA Interim World title challenger, fights Cameroon-born Australia-based contender Samuel Colomban [24(11)-8(1)] for the WBO Oriental title and the fighter who is targeting the winner of Liam Smith versus Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez is ready to put on a show.
“I am completely different fighter to that of two years ago and even of the last 8 months. I’m very much looking forward to putting on a show for all the people here in Brisbane,” he told Irish-boxing.com.
The 31 year old Kildare boxer is show and win keen but admits he faces a stiff test against Colomban who is the current Victoria State champion, a belt he won at the start of this month against Ben Capps. Additionally the African-born fighter is a Commonwealth and two-time Australian title challenger and Hogan isn’t under estimating him.
“Samuel Columban is a work horse with a great will too win. His technique seems to be tricky also so we have worked a lot on that. He is a good fighter, but I feel I will be too good for him in every aspect.”