By Jonny Stapleton
Mick Hennessey believes TysonFury and Martin Rogan’s eagerly anticipated dust up is the biggest heavyweight clash to come to Ireland since the greatest of all time Mohammed Ali fought in Croke Park in in the sventies.
The Irish heavyweight duo will settle their differences in the ring after trading verbal blows for a number of months and the fights promoter couldn’t be more excited.
Hennessy believes he has delivered a fight that will be good for heavyweight boxing and is the best Ireland has seen since Ali beat Al Lewis in 1972.
“This fight’s been a long time coming, everybody’s beentalking about it, everybody wants it and here it is, at last we’ve deliveredit. For me, this is the biggest heavyweight fight in Ireland since Muhammad Alifought at Croke Park back in the seventies,” Hennessy exclaimed. “It’s asensational fight between two proven warriors. Martin Rogan’s got great winsover the likes of Audley Harrison; Tyson has beaten Dereck Chisora and we’vejust seen what Chisora done with [Vitali] Klitschko in Germany recently. We’vegot a great fight here, it’s something that will put bums on seats and getpeople to tune in, which is what we need for boxing.
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