I've got mixed feelings about this one. I was looking forward to Michael Zerafa fighting for a vacant world title against the Brazilian who made the Olympic final. Out here. Presumably this fight takes place over there. Location is one ace that Zerafa needs to hold. All of his losses have been incurred fighting overseas. His only loss domestically could just as easily have been a stoppage win. I guess there are a few factors at play here. Firstly, Canelo getting done means GGG may not drop his Middleweight belts. So there's not a vacant world title to fight for. Secondly, Foxtel / Main Event are still playing hardball. It's hard to turn a profit from a fight in this country unless they are involved. I don't quite follow the logic of continuing to veto Zerafa fights beyond that they wanted to make an example of him so other blokes don't pull out of fights. What makes more sense to me is promoting boxing further in the state of Victoria. George fights there in a fortnight & a big Zerafa fight down there in the second half of the year would have built on that. Foxtel / Main Event's ultimate goal should be to push boxing into the mainstream nationally. You can't do that without Victoria. Zerafa is one of the best vehicles they've got for doing that. As for the fight with Mexican Mungo, apart from location, I don't like that he's physically stronger, hits harder & is probably physically more resilient. And even if you beat him like Dennis Hogan did, b/c he's the best Mexican after Canelo it's going to be tough to win a decision against him. I guess the bottom line, as always, is money & without Foxtel / Main Event coming to the party here, the most lucrative offer out there for him is from Mungo. It's a guaranteed pay day without the hassle of putting up money to stage it here so if that's what's in his best interests, okay.