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Old 10-29-2012, 07:38 AM   #76
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Geale dogged a no1 challenger in Sam Soliman. This fight should take place before Dec 12. this has not been hounered. Geale should take this fight, then if he wins he can fight Mundine. Soliman earned that shot just as much as Geale did his, look who he fought. If Geale and his teams think the fight would not sell then i think that problem is them not Soliman. If Geale got off his ass and promoted the show of boxing then the fight would sell well in Melbourne.
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Old 10-29-2012, 08:51 AM   #77
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I understand that you dodged the question, it must hurt.
Confirmed however is
2011
Geale on record ducked Sturm, Golovkin and Martinez
2012
Geale on record ducked Martinez and Golovkin (dropping a belt rather than face GGG (Geale also refused a massive money offer of rematch with Sturm after Geale was gifted a very dodgy split decision win over Sturm thanks to Shaws corrupt connections with the IBF))

Geale. what an absurdly cowardly cunt he is!

Thank god that Choc is coming to take the belts of that weak as piss cunt!



2009. IBO orded a re-match after the split decion, mundine heads to jnr middle
2011/2012 runs from Austin Trout not once but twice ! now trout the champ has a shot against cotto and mundine doesnt which if mundine beat him would of been that ticket into the states he has always wanted !!!
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Old 10-29-2012, 09:20 AM   #78
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Mundine ran down three weights and gets a shot at two of the four world titles and we ask how can this happen and suggest it ain't right , Too ****ing right it ain't but you gotta put the blame for this firmly at Geale's feet . Mundine has worked this to perfection if you ask me ie he has got a fantastic chance to hold half of the world middleweight title simply by waiting for Geale to capture the titles then goad him into a fight ,ain't right but LMFAO beautiful all the same .
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Old 10-29-2012, 10:02 AM   #79
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Totally agree with that.

But the thing is that the Geale-Mundine fight makes financial sense and has a very limited window of opportunity. And at this point, Mundine is quite likely a weaker opponent compared to the 2009 version.

So the fight makes perfect sense, but only now. If Geale fights another top-10 rated opponents and wins - then he does not need the Mundine fight to convince his fans. If he loses - then nobody wants to see the fight anyway.

So it is basically a one-shot opportunity to get paid. Fight Mundine, repair his one loss, get back to fighting quality opponents. With his only career loss revenged, future fights should allow for better paydays.
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Old 10-29-2012, 05:58 PM   #81
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2009. IBO orded a re-match after the split decion, mundine heads to jnr middle
2011/2012 runs from Austin Trout not once but twice ! now trout the champ has a shot against cotto and mundine doesnt which if mundine beat him would of been that ticket into the states he has always wanted !!!
This is a lie.
Phil Austin confirmed (on this site no less), that no only did he feel it was a clear win for choc, but also that NO REMATCH WAS ORDERED by the IBO
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Old 10-29-2012, 06:22 PM   #82
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This is a lie.
Phil Austin confirmed (on this site no less), that no only did he feel it was a clear win for choc, but also that NO REMATCH WAS ORDERED by the IBO
what about the trout fight?
mundine could of been fighting cotto right now..his golden ticket to the big names he so often speaks, but he ran from trout he would of had trout in australia he would of beat trout imo and he got his ticket to the states in bronco mckart a club fighter

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Old 10-29-2012, 06:54 PM   #83
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what about the trout fight?
mundine could of been fighting cotto right now..his golden ticket to the big names he so often speaks, but he ran from trout he would of had trout in australia he would of beat trout imo and he got his ticket to the states in bronco mckart a club fighter
According to Wealth TV, Bronco McKart was the only man standing between Anthony Mundine and Floyd Mayweather

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Old 10-30-2012, 12:47 AM   #84
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what about the trout fight?
mundine could of been fighting cotto right now..his golden ticket to the big names he so often speaks, but he ran from trout he would of had trout in australia he would of beat trout imo and he got his ticket to the states in bronco mckart a club fighter
Clearly Choc was trying, in any event, what is a better fight for Choc?
To beat Geale again?
Or beat Trout?
Both pretty much unknown, but I would say Geale.

Looks like Choc is winning
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Clearly Choc was trying, in any event, what is a better fight for Choc?
To beat Geale again?
Or beat Trout?
Both pretty much unknown, but I would say Geale.

Looks like Choc is winning
mundine wernt trying for the fight with trout.. and every1 in oz boxing knows that ... and if he beat trout that was his ticket into the states.....
either way the mundine geale fight should be a good fight
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The Mundine fight should be a comfortable win for Daniel Geale and only a small diversion in his continuing quest to fight the top guys for more titles and the legacy that goes with it.
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Old 10-30-2012, 05:16 PM   #87
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Though Geale has zero chance in this fight, and will be embarrassed by Mundine, he still has a few more years left. He could fight a few top 50 blokes and get another trinket before he is done, especially with help from Shaw.
Choc will leave him in his wake, no question about it.

Geale will be able to say to his grandkids one day.
Yep i was lucky enough to be in the ring with Choc twice.
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Old 10-30-2012, 05:24 PM   #88
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mundog scenced there was something fishy about trout....he couldnt quite put his 'high iq' on it...
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It made no sense Anthony Mundine ducking Austin Trout at the time, and after fighting in front of only 280 paying customers against McKart, it makes even less sense now. Daniel Geale is the only viable option Mundine had left.
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Since taking Sebastian Sylvester's IBF title and Felix Sturm's WBA title, both in Germany, the world has rightly stood up and paid attention to Daniel Geale.

The Ring has Daniel Geale at #1 behind Sergio Martinez, and ahead of Sturm, Golovkin, Chavez Jnr, Pirog, Macklin, Quillin, Murray, N'dam, Proksa and every other middleweight on the planet.

Likewise, Boxrec have Daniel Geale at #1 behind only Martinez.

Daniel Geale is well on the way to becoming the most decorated Australian born fighter of all time

Daniel Geale is nothing special, what has he done but get sturm on the way out?
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