Daniel Geale prepares for the fourth defense of his middleweight title against the only man to hang a loss on his ledger, former super middleweight champ Anthony Mundine. The two are set to reunite in the ring Wednesday in Sydney, Australia.
The bout is a rematch to their 2009 contest, in which Mundine won a tightly contested split decision. Geale (28-1, 15KO) has since won seven straight. He enter's Wednesday's uncivil war on the heels of the biggest win of his career, a well-deserved split decision nod over Felix Sturm in their alphabet unification clash on the road in Germany last September.
Mundine (44-4, 28KO) rides a four-fight win streak, which began win an April '11 unanimous decision over Garth Wood to avenge a massive upset knockout loss four months prior. [Click Here To Read More