There have been continual suggestions the six foot plus title holder has been struggling considerably to stay at light middle – and while there is no doubt he will progress to a mouth watering middleweight scene very soon he made weight ahead of his fourth title defence.
Indeed, the 22-year-old looked healthy enough on the scales.
Former light heavyweight fighter Hogan has had no issues with making the weight in recent years and as expected had no issues on the scales.
The Brisbane-based Kildare man also came in on the dot, tipping the scales at 154lbs too.
Watch the weigh in below:
The fight will be shown live on the DAZN over-the-top streaming platform but for viewers in Ireland the clash can be streamed via fite.tv.
It will be an online pay-per-view for Irish viewers, with the card costing $9.99 – just under €9.
The stream will include the full undercard which features Mexican super bantam Diego De La Hoya and Brazilian light middleweight Patrick Teixeira.
Fans in Hogan’s adopted homeland of Australia – as well as in the UK – can watch the fight via the epicentre.tv pay-per-view website.
Here the fight will cost A$15.60 or £8.50 – Click here for Australian and UK link.
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