Dennis Hogan: I can feel the power

Dennis Hogan (28-2-1, 7 KOs), who challenges WBC middleweight champion Jermall Charlo in the main event on SHOWTIME Saturday night, spoke about the move up to middleweight at a media workout in Brooklyn. “Everyone who’s seen me fight fully knows that I can win this and I have 100 percent confidence that I will get it done,” said Hogan. If you know how determined I am, you know that I can win this fight.”

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“I’ve gained power because of the extra carbohydrates that I’ve been able to have in camp. I have more back muscle, leg muscle and I can feel the power. It’s an extra 10 to 15% snap on my punches. We sparred with Jeison Rosario in Miami and he was exactly what I needed for this fight. He’s prepared me and gotten me ready for anything that Charlo can bring on Saturday.”

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  • Why jemel charlie fighting a super welter who isnt even ranked in the top 15 and has almost no KOs?!? Is that what makes him feel he is the best?

    • Well he can’t fight any of the DAZN guys because he’s with PBC. DAZN owns almost every major player 160-175. But I agree this fight is a joke to some degree. But some feel he did beat Munguia and he’s moving up. Basically it’s a safe fight to keep him active. This Network contract BS is worse now than ever.

    • Political connections are blowing Jermall’s prime plain and simple. There are 2 names that everyone would love to see him against, but he isn’t a safe bet and he probably isn’t a big enough name to draw the general fan base.

      I’d favor him against GGG and I think Canelo would win a Decision in yet another somewhat controversial way. Still, those are fights I’d pay to see.

      Andrade is very good, but brings virtually no entertainment or bang for the buck.

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