Mullingar Man Mountain (version française de l’article, très prochainement en ligne)
“Dylan Scally came face-face with a ture King of the heavyweights – Ernesto Hoost at the launch of the December 1st event in Belfast” src=
“http://www.prokick.com/images/uploads/cache/HeavyWeights260_260x217.jpg” width=”260″ /> Dylan Scally came face-face with a ture King of the heavyweights – Ernesto Hoost at the launch of the December
1st event in Belfast DYLAN SCALLY, the kickboxer – fans are dubbing the Mullingar Man Mountain, was in Belfast for an intensive training session. Scally came face-face again with heavyweight
James Gillen and even though the pair shared the ring a year ago for an Irish title there was no bad blood. Dylan was at the official launch at the Holiday Inn for the December 1 event at the
Waterfront Hall – and was invited up for training and sparring – and good to his word, drove over 100 miles and trained alongside old foe now friend Gillen.
Scally, who is now based in Dublin, started kickboxing competitively in 2005. The 31 year-old is no stranger to conflict. He worked as a bodyguard in South Africa for five years before returning to
Ireland where he set up his own company offering executive bodyguard services for rich businessmen travelling to Dublin.
To add to his impressive portfolio, he also works for the Israeli embassy in Dublin as a bodyguard.
“He’s an impressive kickboxer,” said Gillen’s Coach, Billy Murray. “Ireland doesn’t produce an awful lot of heavyweights, but when we do they are quality. James
has much more experience than Scally, but Dylan is faster and learner – other heavyweights need to take note of the ‘Mullingar Man Mountain’ he is taking the December event