"I'll be dealing in facts and Joe will be doing what he loves - being biased towards Dublin"
The gauntlet has been laid down.
In six days' time, Brolly v Wooly will top bill for The Great Debate and it's beginning to heat up.
Where: The Mansion House, Dublin
When: Thursday 28 November
Who: Ewan MacKenna v Eddie O'Sullivan, Dion Fanning v Ken Early, Colm Parkinson v Joe Brolly
On The GAA Hour, Parkinson started the trash talk ahead of his bout with Brolly. Coining a new name for him, 'Joe Umbrella,' Wooly ran through what their debate is going to be about.
Titled Dublin have an unfair advantage, Parkinson will be arguing for that case and Brolly will try to disprove him. But Wooly sees it a little more black and white.
"Basically, I'll be dealing in facts and Joe will be doing what he loves - being biased towards Dublin."
Watch the hype build below.
"Joe will be debating against it and basically Joe will be doing something he loves and that's being biased towards Dublin"🤣
Wooly starting the trash talk ahead of the Great debate.👊
w/ @paddypower pic.twitter.com/smDftXjnFK
— The GAA Hour (@TheGAAHour) November 21, 2019
Most of the tickets are gone but there are still some left here.