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Old 01-27-2013, 11:43 AM   #1
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Default mundine like a log on the shore - washed up.

considering the floods. washed up is an apt statement.

mundine to be flooded by blows. ko by flash flood...


Johnny Lewis (trainer): "Geale. Where they are at this time of their careers and what they've been doing leading up to the fight you have to think Geale. It could even be a knockout win to Geale."

Jeff Fenech (Hall of Famer): "Geale. Anthony is saying Daniel is the same fighter - well he might look the same, brother, but he's a world champion now. Anthony's only hope is if he catches him and if he does it will be a fluke. The best thing is that, finally, people are going to love Daniel for what he is. And for what he is going to do."

George Reno (trainer): "Mundine by late-round KO or points. He thrives on these big events, thrives on them and he has got ice in his veins."

Danny Green (IBO cruiserweight champion): "Geale should win a points decision. Mundine is like a log on the shore - washed up."

Michael Katsidis (warrior): "Mundine is winning the psychological warfare but if Geale throws his hands he should win. Boxing in Australia wins regardless."

Will Tomlinson (IBO super-featherweight champion): "Given his past performances and how Geale has advanced so much since their first fight, and the quality of opposition he's been in against, it speaks for itself. With Mundine, his age and inactivity and level of opposition, it also speaks for itself."

Shannan Taylor (ex-fighter): "Geale's workrate is going to wear Mundine down in eight or nine rounds. Mundine looks weak at the weight. After eight or nine Geale is going to knock him out."

Lauryn Eagle (boxer): "If you're looking for value out of it then Mundine by knockout is great value. But my heart says Geale is a different fighter than he was in 2009 so it could also be a knockout for him."

Mark Geyer (OAM): "Geale, but I think it is going to be one of the classic fights. He'll get him convincingly on points."

Brett Emerton (Socceroo): "Geale. I like the way he goes about his business and gets on with his boxing."

Paul Gallen (Cronulla Sharks): "Geale, because then it will make it one-all and I'd like to see them fight a third time."

Robbie Farah (Wests Tigers): "Geale's a massive Wests Tigers fan so we're right behind him. He's in the prime of his career whereas Choc's towards the back end of his."
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