Tyrone McKenna is supremely confident he will stop Phil Sutcliffe Jr on June 30 and thus prove himself Ireland’s best super-lightweight.
‘The Mighty Celt’ (16-0-1-KO6) brings an unbeaten record and home advantage to Belfast’s SSE Arena on the undercard of Michael Conlan’s long-awaited homecoming fight. Sutcliffe Jr and his supporters, meanwhile, will make a delayed journey north from Dublin.
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