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Photos: Mosley, Mundine Ready For Battle in Sydney

By Hilmar Rojas

The weights are in, as former champions Anthony Mundine and Shane Mosley are ready for battle on Wednesday in a junior middleweight collision at Allphanes Arena in Olympic Park, Sydney. Mundine, a former champion at super middleweight and middleweight, came in at 153.5-pounds, while Mosley - a former champion at lightweight, welterweight and junior middleweight, came in at 152.3-pounds. Mundine has a record of 44-5 and 26 KOs, and Mosley sports a record of 47-8-1 with 39 win by knockout.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by AddiX on 11-26-2013

Mundine looks huge next to Mosley. I watched a tarvar fight tonight snd tomorrow I'm going to watch a Mosley fight, the f is going on.

Comment by F!x on 11-26-2013

[QUOTE=clmags12;13970679]What? Wasn't this fight canceled? I like Mosely but damn isn't it time to retire?[/QUOTE] It was canceled but Mundine's team has come up with the payment that was promised to be given to Mosley before the fight so it…

Comment by AlbanianTruths on 11-26-2013

Hang them up Shane.... The time had come...

Comment by ddangerous on 11-26-2013

[QUOTE=KermitTheKiller;13970671]This could be his last fight, there's a good chance Mundine is gonna outbox Mosley.. Then again he probably won't retire even if he loses lol[/QUOTE] I don't know, Mundine didn't look that great in his last outing.

Comment by clmags12 on 11-26-2013

What? Wasn't this fight canceled? I like Mosely but damn isn't it time to retire?

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