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Anthony Mundine To Make His American Debut in March?

By Edward Chaykovsky

WBA interim-junior middleweight champion Anthony Mundine (43-4, 25KOs) expects to make his American debut in the month of March. Mundine had a good 2011, going 3-0, 1KO. A contract was signed with American manager Cameron Dunkin and Mundine wants the big fights in 2012.

"I now have a verbal contract to fight in the US and my next fight should be in the States in March," Mundine told The Mercury.

Some of the options for Mundine include Miguel Cotto, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Antonio Margarito.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Boxing Bob on 01-25-2012

betcha Mundine loses to thr first quality fighter he fights

Comment by ИATAS on 01-25-2012

The moment all american's have been waiting for!!!!

Comment by impartial on 01-25-2012

Great news for Mundine fans, but with Chavez jr fighting Rubio on Feb 4 on Cotto hoping for a Pacman rematch it's looking like Margarito and possibly Chavez jr mid-year. The middleweight division is a bit stagnant at the moment…

Comment by keelaybrown on 01-25-2012

finally thought he would be retired by then,lets see if he uses any of his talent

Comment by RuMbLe on 01-25-2012

haha, it's good he signed a contract w/ Dunkin, he manages some TR fighters, but Mundine ain't fighting any of those guys mentioned. Love for him to fight the manster Margarito, we'd find out pretty quickly what "the man" is…

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