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Photos: Mundine, Geale Final Presser Gets Very Heated

Anthony Mundine (44-4, 26KOs) exploded at the final press conference for his rematch with IBF middleweight champion Daniel Geale (28-1, 15KOs). Mundine won a close split decision over Geale in 2009. This Wednesday they clash for a second time at the Entertainment Centre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. During the final press conference Mundine went after everyone. He started taking verbal shots at Geale, promoter Gary Shaw and even the Australian press.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TyrantT316 on 01-29-2013

Mundine. The one who thinks he's the greatest thing walking God's green earth.

Comment by BennyST on 01-29-2013

Since Mundine tried that weird move from 168 to 160, then even down to 154 he's started looking very drawn and unhealthy all the time. Seems to me he should have stayed up at 168. Looked much better, fought better…

Comment by Milkdogg on 01-29-2013

Geale's been criticised for taking this fight but it's nice to see fighters want to avenge a loss. Just look at Froch clamouring for the Kessler rematch and hopefully Ward down the road (Which he'll probably lose) and Lennox Lewis.…

Comment by Jr John on 01-29-2013

[QUOTE=Furn;12967919]I guess because this fight has pparently sold 150k ppvs already, that's $7.5mil, as average as Mundine is, he makes money in Aus.[/QUOTE] No doubt he's made an absolute fortune,guess everybody wants to see him knocked.still think geale gives him…

Comment by Furn on 01-29-2013

[QUOTE=Jr John;12967903]This fight should have been billed as mundines farewell,as I,am almost certain Danny geale is gonna give him one big hiding,going on the previous few fights mundine has had and not to mention the knockout loss he suffered at…

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