Hurricane continues to cause OZ storm

August 8 Jonny Stapleton

Having fought four times in under four months Australian based Irish light heavyweight Dennis Hogan certainly deserves a break, but after pushing his slate to 3-0-1 over the weekend the Kildare native is already eyeing up his next challenge.

Hogan, ironically didn’t need to draw on his courage or strength in the Fortitude Stadium as he easily out pointed the experienced Moses Ioelu  40-36, 40-36, 40-35 on Saturday night.

And after registering victory in his fourth fight in as many months the Hurricane is preparing to blow away another opponent in less than five weeks time.

The Australian based pro also believes the experience he picked up in his most recent outing will prove vital to him as he steps up the quality ladder in the coming months.

“The fight went very well I was in total control throughout and won every round. My preparation for this fight was excellent. He was heavy handed but I had my distance perfect and I just picked him off with ease. I have gained good experience from this fight and that is what I am happiest about. I am lined up to fight again next month in 5 weeks, which is great. I will train even harder for this next one. The fights are only going get harder and harder,” Hogan told

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