Born March 3rd 1990 Tyrone Mckenna (aged 31) has built up a good career record of 16-1-1. With plenty of experience and now 18 fights as a pro, Mckenna hopes to move on to better things in future as he moves into the later stages of his career. The longest win streak that Mckenna has ever recorded was between August 2012 and August 2015 when it totaled 9 wins. Mckenna's longest KO streak is 3 fights long.
It didn't take Mckenna long to get accustomed to the pro style of fighting. Becoming the first person to go the distance with Anthony Morrison in a successful pro debut. Maintaining a successful start proved easy for Mckenna with a further 9 wins, beating boxers such as Teodor Stefanov, Istvan Kiss and Sylwester Walczak.
Chris Adaway was the next fight for Mckenna on July 16th, 2016 and also his next career win. In 2016 Mckenna fought his next opponent Chris Adaway and defeated him via PTS. Mckenna was the 3rd person to go the distance with Adaway. Taking his record to 12 wins, 0 losses and 1 draws, Mckenna then went on to win a further 2 fights.
Jake Hanney was the next fight for Mckenna on March 10th, 2017 and also his next career win. Mckenna's fight against Jake Hanney came in the 6th round of a 8 round fight via TKO. Mckenna became the first person to stop Hanney.
Mckenna kept his losses at 0 by beating Ferenc Katona on June 17th, 2017. Katona was a worthy challenger but Mckenna was too much and became the first person to stop Katona via KO during round 4. Another win followed for Mckenna taking his win tally to 15 wins.
Anthony Upton was the next fight for Mckenna on April 21st, 2018 and also his next career win. Upton was a great challenge for Mckenna, losing over the full 10 round distance and crowning Mckenna as the 2nd person to have defeated Upton.
Mckenna's next defeat of his career came against Jack Catterall on June 30th, 2018. Mckenna was left wanting in his latest fight, being beaten over the 10 rounds to suffer his first professional loss in 18 pro fights.