Hogan Returning To Where It All Began
After exploring options out of his comfort zone, Dennis Hogan is looking to make a return to the division in which he spent the majority of his career.
The 36-year-old Hogan (28-3-1) will be heading back to the super-welterweight division. His hope is that he gets a world title opportunity.
“I will be moving back to my ideal weight of super welterweight for my next fight in America,” Hogan stated to Irish Boxing.
Hogan, who mad his debut in 2011, has mainly fought in Australia. Looking to make a name for himself, Hogan fought Jaime Munguia for the WBO Super-Welterweight Title in April 2019. He lost the bout via majority decision in a bout some deemed controversial. Following that, he moved to middleweight where he fought Jermall Charlo for the WBO Middleweight Title. He was outshined by Charlo, losing via TKO.
Focusing on his roots, Hogan is ready to show he can win when it matters the most. One of his goals is to get his hands raised in his home of Ireland. He is hoping it will be done sooner than later.
“I am 100% committed to fighting in my home country in a meaningful fight. My team are still focused on it and I will make it happen. Irish boxing deserved the good time’s back.”