KICK boxing convert Steve Moxon plans to punch his way to a KO victory when he battles Kildare native Dennis Hogan for the inaugural WBA Oceania light middleweight title in Australia tomorrow afternoon.
The undefeated Australian admits he enters the title fight with knock out intentions and revealed a seek and destroy game plan.
Moxon has vowed to silence his critics in what he claims will be an interesting and exciting clash of styles.
“It’s going to be a tough twelve round fight, I hope it doesn’t go twelve rounds,” Moxon told aus-boxing.com. “But I know that Dennis has a great gas tank and has great boxing skills so this will be a clash of styles.”
“They call him the boxer and me the puncher. As everyone says, I’ve got a punchers chance and I hope to silence a few critics and I will be looking forward to a good battle. This is a good opportunity to bring the boxing title home to Geelong and I’m really looking forward to it.”