‘Vicious Intent’ – Steve McKenna comes in to do some damage

Stevie McKenna [11(10)-0] won’t tone it down for Sky Sports cameras.

The Monaghan prospect claims he will be more aggressive than ever when he debuts on the platform tomorrow night.

“The Hitman” says he comes, as always, to take out his opponent and promises “destructive” entertainment.

25-year-old Monaghan marauder warns Facundo Alberto Rojas [6-5-1] that he is coming to do damage during the Boxxer show organized by Bournemouth tomorrow.

McKenna also hopes to put on a show and impress on his return to Sky.

“I will bring my entertaining and destructive style. I come in to do damage, every punch I throw is with vicious intent and I want to show everyone how good I am,” he said.

“I can fight indoors, I can box long distance. Hopefully I’ll put on a show and break into the world top 10 by the end of next year.

McKenna is by far the most aggressive fighter in Irish boxing and with 10 knockouts in 11 fights he has proven he doesn’t need knockouts. motivation.

However, he found additional knockout motivation for Saturday’s clash. Brother Aaron stopped David Benitez when he first fought on Sky late last month as prospect Hennesy wants a similar performance on Chris Billiam Smith’s undercard against Isaac Chamberlain.

“My brother and I are very competitive. He had the knockout last time so I want to have the knockout on Saturday night.

The fight will be the Smithborough fighter’s first this year and his first since stopping Jack Ewbank in December last year.