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Mosley Vows: I'm Going To Beat Mundine, By Knockout!

By Edward Chaykovsky

Former three division world champion "Sugar" Shane Mosley has promised send Anthony Mundine into retirement with a huge knockout victory. Mosley was very animated as he spoke to The Sunday Telegraph about his bout with Mundine in Sydney, Australia on October 23. Mosley knows Mundine is trying to use him as a stepping stone for bigger fights and promised to do everything to prevent that from happening.

“I know Anthony Mundine is expecting to fight a shell of Sugar Shane. But I can tell you I’m still 90% of the fighter that won world titles. I’m coming Down Under to win. And win by knockout. Look, Anthony wants to use me for recognition in America and I’m using him as a warm up to my next fight. Obviously, the payday helps. I was offered $200,000 to fight Victor Ortiz or $1 million for Mundine. I took the million," Mosley said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Mr. Philadel on 10-03-2013

[QUOTE=iniduoh;13805174]Shane can't beat Mundine. History has shown that Shane looks like crap against natural Jr MW[/QUOTE] he stopped Vargas twice...a natural JMW

Comment by ddangerous on 10-03-2013

[QUOTE=lets rumble;13803645]who is this mundine that mundine keeps talking about[/QUOTE] :lol1: :lol1:

Comment by iniduoh on 10-03-2013

Shane can't beat Mundine. History has shown that Shane looks like crap against natural Jr MW

Comment by Carpe Diem on 10-02-2013

:haha::haha:

Comment by Drunk Punch on 10-02-2013

All I can think is Shane must have had one expensive divorce because I can't understand why he's still fighting or talking about KOing people. He's been nothing more than a shadow of himself the past 4-5 years yet he's…

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