Geale: Mosley Win is Not Enough For Mundine Trilogy

by Edward Chaykovsky

International Boxing Federation world middleweight champion Daniel Geale says Anthony Mundine will have to do a lot more than beat Shane Mosley in order to earn a third fight. Geale defends his belt against Darren Barker on August 18, while Mundine is trying to finalize a deal to face Mosley. Geale avenged his only career loss earlier this year after winning a twelve round decision over Mundine.

''At this stage, I'd be very surprised,'' Geale said to The Age. ''If Anthony comes out and challenges somebody very highly-ranked it could possibly be considered. 'I proved against Anthony I'm the best middleweight in Australia, and if he wants to challenge he needs to prove he's up to that level.''

''It's not a good fight for me. 'He was such a great fighter and I have a huge respect for Shane Mosley. Oscar De La Hoya is one of my favourite fighters, and for [Mosley] to defeat him twice took some skills. But, Mosley coming out [here] … I'd question if it was just for the money.''

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ddangerous on 08-08-2013

Who cares. Nobody gives a **** about a Geale-Mundine trilogy.

Comment by aces725 on 08-08-2013

I pick Mosley to beat mundine as well

Comment by BennyST on 08-07-2013

[QUOTE=sugarsmosley;13627738]Of course Mosley is fighting Mundine for the money, why else would he fight him[/QUOTE] Why does any pro boxer fight another guy?

Comment by Foolkiller on 08-07-2013

Mosley's 2nd win against DLH should go down as a loss. He was roided up and the judges gave him the fight.

Comment by sugarsmosley_ on 08-07-2013

Of course Mosley is fighting Mundine for the money, why else would he fight him

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