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Mundine-McKart Bout Heads To Wealth TV, Not ESPN

By Rick Reeno

Earlier today, former champion Anthony Mundine (43-4, 25KOs) held a press conference in Australia to announce a July fight in Las Vegas against veteran Bronco McKart (54-9-1, 32KOs). It was claimed that ESPN would be airing this event on July 4th, but several sources have advised BoxingScene.com that Mundine-McKart is NOT going to appear on the network.

In fact, several of the details provided at this presser were inaccurate. The fight is actually taking place on July 14th at the Palms Casino, and Wealth TV will be carrying the card, which is going to be promoted by Vlad Wharton. The fight was orginally targeted for the Hard Rock on July 21, but the UFC has already booked the date.

As far as the actual ESPN date for the first week of July, Sampson Boxing is staging a card on July 6th at the Hard Rock, with former champion Marvin Sonsona taking on Orlando Cruz in the main event.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Feint on 05-17-2012

Wow. When I first read the title of this thread I thought McKart must have had a kid that went into boxing. I honestly didn’t think he was actually still fighting.

Comment by Furn on 05-17-2012

This will be $40 ppv to watch here in Australia. Dont know anyone who buys these fights but someone must be. Got to hand it to Mundine though, for a very limited guy he's made alot of money. I read…

Comment by nycsmooth on 05-16-2012

I won't watch it, not worth it vs a guy pushing 41...if it's not over w/in the 1st 3 mundine loses even if he wins...the guy can't draw so forget PPV & he'd have 2 b an undercard 2 any1…

Comment by Brickfist on 05-16-2012

no doubt mundine ducking the slick black style

Comment by damned1974 on 05-16-2012

[QUOTE=Reloaded;12136694]Mundine is an over the hill bum , his best chance at the big time was when he got beat by Kessler , that was his best form , other than that he is an over rated backyard fighter that…

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