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Old 01-30-2013, 08:57 AM   #1
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i thought it was selfish the way he acted tonight but i dont expect anything less from mundine,

international fights i think are risky...unless they are against some1 like bronco mkar/bums but lets face it daniel geale was prob mundines last big pay day.... unless he and danny green can work something out ... mundines big ppv days are dwindling and will soon be gone
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:59 AM   #2
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He will go looking for Green at a catch-weight and get schooled there as well.
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:00 AM   #3
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Drugs and alcohol - needs to try something different.
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What overseas opponent would want to fight him?

He's got nothing to offer, demands too much money and is a bad sportsman.

I hope his greed drives him to rematch Green, Green'll knock him to kingdom come. I'd like to see that
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:04 AM   #5
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A fight with green late this year or early 2014 at LHW
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:05 AM   #6
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its a matter of time before he starts talking up a return to league isnt it?
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:09 AM   #8
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he will fight danny green- they sorta need each other
in the last couple of years every time green has stepped it up he has also been KOED.

Danny green v mundine at catchweigh will happen!

This will be the final fight for mundine!
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Did anyone else notice how cold/dry he was when he came into the ring? Didn't look like he'd warmed up at all.

He looked slow, he couldn't pull the trigger, his overhand right was non-existant, instead he threw lame chopping rights that did nothing, he missed lots of punches and looked like a spastic out there, he looked uncomfortable, nervous and scared.

The bloke has no power anymore, the only punch he was able to get anything into was the right uppercut when Geale was bent over in front of him.

His hip's totally ****ed, he looked like an old man out there, he's done.
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:26 AM   #10
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His elbows served him well!!
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:31 AM   #12
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Did anyone else notice how cold/dry he was when he came into the ring? Didn't look like he'd warmed up at all.

He looked slow, he couldn't pull the trigger, his overhand right was non-existant, instead he threw lame chopping rights that did nothing, he missed lots of punches and looked like a spastic out there, he looked uncomfortable, nervous and scared.

The bloke has no power anymore, the only punch he was able to get anything into was the right uppercut when Geale was bent over in front of him.

His hip's totally ****ed, he looked like an old man out there, he's done.

Umm he was doing all right-
Daniel geale was always going to be the wring style for him due to the fact that he moves too much and also throws too many punches!!


Mundine did ok but he has slipped a bit but in saying that he will be a tough challenge for any contenders out there (not the champs)
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Umm he was doing all right-
Daniel geale was always going to be the wring style for him due to the fact that he moves too much and also throws too many punches!!


Mundine did ok but he has slipped a bit but in saying that he will be a tough challenge for any contenders out there (not the champs)

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Old 01-30-2013, 09:40 AM   #14
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Umm he was doing all right-
Daniel geale was always going to be the wring style for him due to the fact that he moves too much and also throws too many punches!!


Mundine did ok but he has slipped a bit but in saying that he will be a tough challenge for any contenders out there (not the champs)
Come on man, he was frozen up out there, flatfooted, getting hit easily, missing punches - Geale schooled him.

The guy is done.
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Come on man, he was frozen up out there, flatfooted, getting hit easily, missing punches - Geale schooled him.

The guy is done.
not totally gone as put it!!!

He is gone compare to what you saw from him 6-7 years ago but still is a good boxer-

THere were some close rounds but geale dominated him!!!!!

Anthony mundine is like a glorified gatekeeper at MW!
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