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Anthony Mundine: Alvarez, Then Trout and Then Cotto

By Edward Chaykovsky

Former champion Anthony Mundine has confirmed a recent story on BoxingScene.com, that he will be Rigoberto "Espanol" Alvarez in Newcastle for the interim-WBA junior middleweight title. According to Mundine, the date of the fight has been pushed back from September 7 to September 21.

The winner of the match will become the mandatory to the WBA's "regular" champion Austin Trout, which Mundine hopes is going to lead him to a potential fight with the WBA's super champion Miguel Cotto.

"Time to announce that I'm fighting tough Mexican Alvarez. I want to fight Cotto but I got to work my way there. Trout next, then I hope Cotto," Mundine said. "Time to show who is best 154-pounder in world."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by newcastleking on 08-16-2011

alvarez can beat cotto up.

Comment by Heeb on 08-16-2011

This guy's 1-1 against Garth Wood Does anyone still care about him?

Comment by Tiozzo on 08-16-2011

the new cure for bumness : moving down in weight, twice if needed !

Comment by nycsmooth on 08-16-2011

If that's the order he wants then it stops before the 10th w/the red-headed boy...

Comment by Kesslerfan#1 on 08-16-2011

Will be a big payday for Trout if Mundine wins and invites him to fight in Australia.

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