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 Last update:  7/15/2011       Read more by Phil D. Jay         
   
Austin Trout Waiting on Mundine To Sign The Contract
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By Phil D. Jay

WBA light-middleweight champion Austin Trout is still hoping to finalize his next title defence after revealing to WBN that potential challenger Anthony Mundine is yet to put pen to paper for their discussed August match-up. The 25 year-old made a successful first defence of his title against David Lopez last month and is hoping that his second defence will take place in the challenger’s home country of Australia.

“I’m excited to go to Australia first of all, it has been a country that I have always wanted to visit,” Trout told World Boxing News.

“I want the fight with Mundine, he is a former two-time world champion and just the name I need to possibly get me even bigger names.

“All I want is Mundine’s camp to stop playing with us and sign the contract so we can get the media involved in promoting this fight,” he added.

Mundine, 36, was thought to be keen on the title shot as he would get home advantage for the fight due to the monetary aspect of holding the bout down under. ‘The Man’ now has to decide whether to accept as Trout wanted to hold the bout in August and time is fast running out.

Phil D. Jay covers the boxing scene for worldboxingnews.net

Tags: Austin Trout , Anthony Mundine , Trout-Mundine , Trout vs Mundine


 

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comment by Bomb_on_you, on 07-15-2011
you'd swear it was the other way around if ya go to @The_Man_Mundine on twitter. On there he says Trout better not duck him like Cotto did. Wonder what the hold up is he's been screaming for this fight this is very strange

comment by nycsmooth, on 07-15-2011
If Trout keeps going to the other guy's patio to fight it's going to backfire on him soon, though I understand as he can't prob get the $$ in US as he is overseas...be careful...

comment by vir72l, on 07-15-2011
Munscared will NOT sign, his all talk ... says his through with fighting in Oz and wants to take the fight to the world ... BUT when someone steps up to the plate ... wtf happens he gives the guy the run around ... no surprise there ... u watch him run his mouth again and fight no bodies ... well...

comment by Mr. Fantastic, on 07-15-2011
I really liking Trout. The only thing that worries me is that I hope he doesn't turn into a diva when he makes it.

comment by RyantheLion, on 07-15-2011
typical mundine, sign on the line *****h:*******:

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