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 Last update:  7/31/2013       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky            &
   
Mundine Vows: If Shane Mosley Beats Me, I Will Retire!
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By Edward Chaykovsky

Former champion Anthony Mundine has promised to retire if he loses to three division king "Sugar" Shane Mosley in October. According to News Ltd., Mosley has been offered $1.5 million dollars to fight Mundine in Australia. Mosley, 41, recently returned from a brief one-year retirement. Mundine, 38-years-old and a twelve year veteran, can't afford another loss. He says one more defeat will end his career for good.

"I'm looking to fight Shane Mosley and if I lose that ... yeah, I'll call it a day," Mundine told News Ltd. "I'm at that point now where it's kill or be killed, there is nothing else. And that means this next fight, it will be the biggest of my career. I still want the best; still want to knock 'em all over until I reach Floyd Mayweather ... but for that to happen I can't afford to lose. The ball, it's in [Mosley's] court. I've agreed to a deal and am ready to go ... I'm just waiting now for Shane to sign it."

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comment by jray100k, on 09-04-2013
Mundine may as well get ready to call it a day. Mosley will retire him and walk out with a W.

comment by Earl Hickey, on 07-31-2013
Former super middle vs former lightweight Still think Shane ought to be able to handle business here, but being Australia, shady shenanigans are always likely

comment by Weebler I, on 07-31-2013
[QUOTE=panicchaser]Roy Jones 'struggled' in Australia? Nah fool... Roy Jones got 'pAId' in Australia!! That fight against danny 'nobody' green was a farce!! If ever there was a low point in Roy Jones career? That was it!! Go'on peep that fight again n watch RJ Jr. catch a KO from a ghost hook th...

comment by panicchaser, on 07-31-2013
[QUOTE=TLC8]Mosley is ALWAYS in great shape, has fought the best of the best, multiple times, win, lose, or draw, IN THEIR PRIMES. Mosley has forgotten more about Boxing than this stiff has ever known. Mosley still has great power, a superb jab, and great hand speed still. Shane dominated the kid...

comment by ddangerous, on 07-31-2013
No matter who wins, they should probably both retire.

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