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Old 10-24-2012, 08:23 AM   #31
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Default Re: Serious question, if mundine wins

The odds are against him. In the past 3-4 years Mundine seems to be in decline. he got KTFO by novice pro Garth Wood, and has looked weak at 154.

But if Mundine were to win it would define his career and would basically earase the time between Soliman II and now.
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Default Re: Serious question, if mundine wins

I am supporting geale, however mundine is a great athlete, albeit past his prime, I don't think he will win, but I wouldn't be shocked if he did pull it off.
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:36 PM   #33
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If choc wins it will be one of the most impressive wins in aus boxing history and he will command a lot of respect.
He already should be commanding a lot of respect.

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The odds are against him. In the past 3-4 years Mundine seems to be in decline. he got KTFO by novice pro Garth Wood, and has looked weak at 154.

But if Mundine were to win it would define his career and would basically earase the time between Soliman II and now.
Mundine has adjusted to the lower weights now. His career defining win will always be the Green fight, even if he beat Mayweather (sad but true).

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I am supporting geale, however mundine is a great athlete, albeit past his prime, I don't think he will win, but I wouldn't be shocked if he did pull it off.
Past his prime but not a shot fighter. He has enough in the tank to put it on the younger Geale once more.
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