‘Make It Happen’ – Marvel Movie Star Barry Keoghan Backs Emmett Brennan’s Katie Taylor Addition Against Amanda Serrano

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Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ star BARRY KEOGHAN has backed Emmett Brennan to be put on the Katie Taylor undercard against Amanda Serrano.

Taylor will be part of boxing history when she defends her undisputed lightweight belts against her American rival in Madison Square Garden.

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Katie Taylor will face Amanda Serrano at Madison Square Garden on April 30Credit: Alamy
Emmett Brennan has offered to be added to the Katie Taylor undercard against Amanda Serrano

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Emmett Brennan has offered to be added to the Katie Taylor undercard against Amanda Serrano1 credit
Marvel star Barry Keogh backed Emmett Brennan's inclusion

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Marvel star Barry Keogh backed Emmett Brennan’s inclusion

This will be the first time the iconic venue has hosted a women’s boxing bout.

Naturally, this made the associated undercard quite an intriguing prospect.

Tokyo Olympian Emmett Brennan flirted with the idea of ​​turning professional when he offered his name to be added to the card.

And Keoghan, who starred in Marvel’s Love/Hate and “Eternals,” among many others, has jumped on the bandwagon.

The Dubliner tweeted: “Make it happen @emmetbrennan91 @EddieHearn”

As well as being a TV and movie star, Keoghan is a fighter in his own right, having previously told NewsTalk: “Listen, I’m still training, and if the opportunity arises for me to step in and to do a tournament, I would do it; I ‘ love it.

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“I would love to get in the ring and fight, man. I really would. I have a huge love for boxing. It’s also beautiful to watch.”

Brennan’s expression of interest in being included in the Taylor vs Serrano undercard isn’t the first time the Irishman has flirted with the idea of ​​going pro.

Speaking on ‘The Rocky Road’ podcast in November, Brennan said if he were to tour, he would want to be thrown into the deep end.

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He said: “If I were to turn professional it would be at super middleweight, not lightweight.

“It was doing 75kg for three or four days in a row that was killing me, I could do it on the first day with a bit of struggle.

“I like to fight. I’m 30 and if I go pro I know I should fight one or two mates at first – you’re not going to go straight to the bottom – but I’d like to go to the bottom against all Irish guys ASAP.

“I don’t want to be in the ring and know that I’m going to beat somebody.”

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