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Pushing the boundaries

Wednesday, 29th April, 2020 11:24am
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Pushing the boundaries

Brendan Kenny from Monivea who is Ireland's Open kickboxing champion pictured with his sister Jade who is his training partner. Photo: Ray Ryan

Pushing the boundaries

Brendan Kenny from Monivea who is Ireland's Open kickboxing champion pictured with his sister Jade who is his training partner. Photo: Ray Ryan

By David Connors

 

ONE thing is for certain, when speaking to or watching Monivea fighter Brendan “GMK” Kenny in action you’ll always be entertained.

The 24-year-old kickboxing champion is confident in his own ability, without ever coming across as cocky. He’s speaks intelligently and is opinionated, without a hint of arrogance on show. And he’s in no way dull, as he speaks frankly and honestly about his career to date and aspirations for the future.

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