Tag: Dennis Hogan

Jermall Charlo Brings the Storm to Dennis Hogan, Ices Him in 7

By Tré Berry III🖊️

Undefeated WBC Middleweight Titlist 🇺🇸Jermall “Hitman” Charlo (30-0-0, 22KO👊) and Irish Australian-based world contender 🇮🇪Dennis “Hurricane” Hogan (28-3-1, 7KO👊) headlined the card that occupied the 🏟️Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY last night.  There is where Charlo racked up the 30th victory of his career by dominating Hogan and securing a 7th round knockout, for what was Charlo’s second defense of the green strap. Continue reading “Jermall Charlo Brings the Storm to Dennis Hogan, Ices Him in 7”

Texas & Ireland to Meet at Middleweight in the Barclays Center

By Tré Berry III🖊️

On Saturday, December 7th, we will see the return of unbeaten WBC Middleweight Titlist 🇺🇸Jermall “Hitman” Charlo (29-0-0, 21KO👊) and he will be accompanied in the ring by quality Irish contender 🇮🇪Dennis Hogan (28-2-1, 7KO👊), who has moved up from the Super-Welterweight division in pursuit of taking on this big opportunity at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NYC. Continue reading “Texas & Ireland to Meet at Middleweight in the Barclays Center”


By Tre Berry

Young WBO Super-Welterweight Champion Jaime Munguia (33-0-0, 26KO) survived a scare in Mexico last night from a motivated and hungry #1 challenger in Dennis ‘Hurricane’ Hogan (28-2-1, 7KO), and was awarded a dubious Majority Decision verdict over Hogan, keeping his world title belt to many’s dismay.

Most ringside observers and viewers at home believed that Hogan put in the work, and was very impressive down the stretch where he should have gotten the nod to become the new WBO Champion; Some even taking it as far as to call it a robbery via hometown decision while the beneficiary of promotional influence.

Hogan looked very good tonight with his footwork, and kept the younger unseasoned fighter off-balanced, something that Munguia wasn’t equipped to handle.

The first half of the fight was very even’ish, but the second half of the fight you really felt some separation occurring with Hogan effectively pressing the action and actually hurting the Champion multiple times.

You could see a serious sense of urgency coming from Munguia from the 9th round on, understanding that his homecoming may blow up in his face, and Hogan stayed consistent throughout. After hearing the fights verdict, Jaime was relieved to have gotten the decision, thinking that it may have been possibly ruled a draw in his own words. Naturally Hogan was gutted with the decision thinking that he did what it took to pull it off, and wants a re-match elsewhere to get what he felt was rightfully his with the type of performance he put forth last night.

SOME PERSPECTIVE – Jaime Munguia, since his upset victory over former Champion Sadam Ali had skipped a couple steps in his development and put himself in a situation where his skills haven’t caught up to the power yet, so as a young fighter, despite having a title belt to his chest, he’s learning on the job, and is very much a work in progress.

The problems that arose in this fight in my view is that Hogan was exploiting some of the same mistakes that Munguia has continuously been making, leaving me to wonder if his weaknesses are being addressed in training, and how receptive he is to critique.

If Hogan had any real punching power with the type of shots he was landing, he could’ve possibly taken Jaime out of there, so for Munguia and his camp, it’s time to get back to the drawing board, review the tape and try to make some adjustments to accelerate Jaime’s maturation to help him make a stand as not just a title-holder, but as a strong standing World Champion. Here are the punchstats, and scores to this fight.


Dennis Hogan = 123/493, 25% Landed.
Jaime Munguia = 122/671, 18% Landed.
Richard Levine = 114 – 114 For a DRAW
Rocky Young = 115 – 113 For JAIME MUNGUIA
Waleska Roldan = 116 – 112 For JAIME MUNGUIA
Tré Berry III = 116 – 112 For DENNIS HOGAN
Jon Uddin = 116 – 112 For DENNIS HOGAN


By Tre Berry

Young, active and strong WBO Super-Welterweight Champion Jaime Munguia (32-0-0, 26KO) certainly loves to fight, and has been getting a lot of work in under his belt in an old-school approach, preparing for his 33rd fight, while being just 22 years of age.

Munguia continues to push forward in his maturation process as a prospect and a title-holder by taking on the #1 WBO challenger, that being respected Irish fighter Dennis ‘Hurricane’ Hogan (28-1-1, 7KO).

This fight will be featured on DAZN Saturday night, April 13th, and will be Munguia’s attempt at a 4th successful title defense. For Hogan, this will be his first attempt at a “full” World title (he fought Jack Culcay for an interim title back in 2015). Don’t miss it.