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 Last update:  5/26/2014       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Danny Green vs. Anthony Mundine Rematch in Talks?
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By Edward Chaykovsky

According to a report from the Sunday Telegraph, there have been discussions regarding a potential rematch between Anthony Mundine and Danny Green. The paper says Mundine’s agent Khoder Nasser had lunch with Green last Thursday and the idea of a rematch was discussed. 

They fought eight years ago and Mundine won a clear decision. Their bout is considered by many as the biggest fight in Australian boxing history and a rematch is still believed to be a major business draw in the country.

“We always talk fights because it’s the game we’re in,” Green said, “Obviously it (a rematch) was discussed,” Green said.

The biggest obstacle in making a rematch is getting both boxers to agree on the weight. Mundine last fought at 154 and was dropped five times before losing to Joshua Clottey, while Green won the IBO cruiserweight title 18 months ago, nearly 50 pounds above Mundine's division, with a decision over Shane Cameron.

“If Mundine wants to man up and prove the first fight wasn’t anything to do with weight, he should do it,” Green said. “I dropped weight last time and it was disastrous for me. I lost nearly 15 percent of my body mass and I’ll never do that again. A lot of people say I hate Choc and all that.

“The truth us I don’t even know the bloke. All I know is that I’m a better fighter. Look at my career. I’ve had sparring sessions against more recognized fighters than he’s had in the ring. I haven’t officially retired and I keep myself in good condition by training five days a week. I’d definitely fight him, there’s no question about that.”

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comment by Psylence83, on 05-26-2014
This is just plain wrong!!!!

comment by EAAE, on 05-26-2014
[QUOTE=DublEdgeBanger]WTF is Green talking about? He didn't drop down for their first fight. They fought at super middleweight, the same division Green had fought at for most of his career up to that point. It was only after that fight that he moved up. His choice of opposition has never been bet...

comment by DublEdgeBanger, on 05-26-2014
WTF is Green talking about? He didn't drop down for their first fight. They fought at super middleweight, the same division Green had fought at for most of his career up to that point. It was only after that fight that he moved up. His choice of opposition has never been better than Mundine's eit...

comment by Hougigo, on 05-26-2014
Every fight seems to be the biggest in Aussie HIstory with Mundine

comment by EAAE, on 05-26-2014
'Dream machine' still dreaming, it's cute lol, you lost, get over it. Not exactly sure why they're pretending they are gonna fight, any weight they agree on will be a massive disadvantage to one or the other, at this point i dont think the Aussie fans even care enough to make it anywhere near the...

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