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Mosley: If $1.5 Million is in Writing, I'll Retire Mundine

By Rick Reeno

Former three division world champion "Sugar" Shane Mosley (47-8, 39KOs) is ready to pack his bags. The veteran is reportedly being offered $1.5 million to face Anthony Mundine (44-5, 26KOs) at 154-pounds in Australia. If the offer of $1.5 million is sent in writing, Mosley is ready execute his portion of the deal. Mundine has stated that he already signed his side of the deal.

Mosley last fought in May and won a twelve round decision over Pablo Cesar Cano. Mundine (44-5, 26KOs) dropped a twelve round decision in his last fight, which came in January against IBF middleweight champion Daniel Geale.

In a recent interview, Mundine promised "to retire" if Mosley defeated him the fall.

"If that's what he wants to do, then he's going to retire. I'm going to retire him because I'm not losing again. I'm not going to lose, so he's going to retire," Mosley told BoxingScene.com.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 08-01-2013

big advantage 4 Mundine, whom I never cared 4 @'54...shows every1 how broke Mosley is, between bills, living xpenses & the payoff to the ex, greedy b***h....

Comment by fish262 on 07-31-2013

If mosley wins the sad thing is he will likely get another shot at a title or at least at a payday (Cotto, Broner, Khan)

Comment by panicchaser on 07-31-2013

[QUOTE=Master Chief;13608328]or 1.5 Mil I would suck a dick and I aint lying. I would spend 1 mil on a lambo and 500k on a house.[/QUOTE] Hmm... Wrong forum, but good lukk!! n if u don't find someone wit' 1.5mil,…

Comment by turnedup on 07-31-2013

Shane said this and his ex-wife wants a piece of it lol...

Comment by RawDawgHasSpokn on 07-31-2013

an even 3 mil and they both retire would be the best possible outcome.

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