Low Blows: Big Tommy McCarthy

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On Wednesdays we give Irish boxers the chance to take aim at their fellow fighters with Low Blows.

This week it is the turn of rising cruiserweight star Tommy McCarthy.

Q: Hardest Trainer?
A: Hardest trainer Is Mick Conlan. He never misses a day and puts in 100% every time. That’s why he’s World champ.

Q: Biggest Moaner?
A: Biggest moaner is Paddy Barnes. He’s biggest hypochondriac on the planet.

Q: Funniest?
A: Funniest is Ross Hickey. He’s a shy person but once you get to know him he’s a laugh a minute.

Q: Biggest Ladies Man?
A: Tyrone McCullagh. Another shy guy but he has a secret weapon when it comes to women… Big things come in small packages as they say.

Q: Most Intelligent?
A: Most intelligent is Eamonn O’Kane. He’s has twenty seven university degrees.

Q: Least Intelligent?
A: Least intelligent is my mate Anto Cacace.

Q: Hardest Puncher?
A: Hardest puncher is Phil Sutcliffe Jr., he would punch a hole in a wall.

Q: Most Naturally Talented?
A: Most natural is Michael O’Reilly. He’s one of the only men who doesn’t need to train to win.

Q: Cheapest?
A: Cheapest is Tyrone McKenna. His daddy owns a sweet shop and if Tyrone is working and you’re a penny short he wouldn’t let you off.

Q: Worst Dancer?
A: Worst dancer is Tyrone McCullagh. He dances like old women at christenings – only raved up.

Q: Worst Dress Sense?
A: Worst dress sense goes to all the culchie boxers. Collars flicked up, t-shirts tucked into the jeans and the hair spiked up. Willie McLaughlin, Jason Quigley, and Conrad Cummings. I hope the lads don’t take a swing for me next time I see them because I named some big bangers there!

Q: Biggest Messer?
A: I hate to have to say his name again, but it’s Tyrone McCullagh. The only reason I put a code on my phone is because of him. I try not to say or do anything bad to him because the retaliation is too severe! Last time I pranked him I never slept for 3 nights worrying about what he was gonna do. I ended up giving him a few quid so he wouldn’t ruin my life.

Joe O'Neill

Reporting on Irish boxing the past five years. Work has appeared on irish-boxing.com, Boxing News, the42.ie, and local and national media. Provide live ringside updates, occasional interviews, and special features on the future of Irish boxing. email: [email protected]