Dennis Hogan not concerned with judges for Jermall Charlo fight!
With his second attempt at glory just around the corner, junior middleweight world title challenger Dennis Hogan (28-2-1, 7KOs) seems to be as cool as the other side of the pillow.
He’ll be in tough when he steps inside the squared circle on December 7 in Brooklyn, New York at the Barclays Center. There waiting for him will be the WBC middleweight champion Jermall Charlo (29-0, 21KOs).
Hogan isn’t a stranger to the underdog title, power punching champions or traveling to his opponents “neck of the woods” to attempt to gain world title glory!
In April he traveled to Mexico to take on the hard-hitting former WBO junior middleweight champion Jaime Munguia (34-0, 27KOs). A fight that seemed to be a foregone conclusion as many felt Hogan clearly won, was anything but that!
He would be on the wrong end of a horribly scored fight that saw him lose a close majority decision.
Normally when you’re on the wrong side of a bad decision. It haunts you. Not because of your performance, but because of the incompetence of the judges selected.
However, Hogan doesn’t seem fazed about the possibility of another bad night of scoring.
He spoke to fighthype.com about the potential of a bad decision.
“Look I’m not worried about that, and I never have been and fully go out and intend to win every round so well that they can’t give it against me.
“With that in mind I’m prepared and ready for anything. So you know, there’s a new champion in town come Saturday night.”
Regardless of what happens on December 7 let’s hope for a clean fight in the ring and competent scoring from the judges if the fight goes the distance.
By: Jerrell Fletcher