By Adrian Warren, photo by Roar
"The Man" is intent on taming the boxer he has dubbed the "beast", with Anthony Mundine declaring there's no point talking about fighting Floyd Mayweather if he loses to Joshua Clottey on Wednesday.
Mundine will make the first defence of his WBA International super welterweight title against New York-based Ghanaian Clottey at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre.
Former IBK welterweight champion Clottey has challenged Mundine to stand and fight with him and not to hold.
Mundine came in slightly over the 69.85 kg limit at a media call on Tuesday morning, but wasn't concerned.
After spending time in a spa, he scaled 69.8 [153.8-pounds]compared with Clottey's 69.7 [153.6-pounds], at the official weigh in three hours later.
Clottey, 36, (37-4, 22 KOs) is ranked 14th, 11 places below 38-year-old Mundine (46-5, 27 KOs).Tags: Joshua Clottey , photos , Anthony Mundine , Mundine-Clottey , Mundine vs. Clottey