By Rick Reeno
Former three division world champion "Sugar" Shane Mosley (47-8, 39KOs) has advised BoxingScene.com that his next fight will likely come against Anthony Mundine in Australia. The bout would take place at 154-pounds, with an October date being targeted. Mosley last fought in May and won a twelve round decision over Pablo Cesar Cano. Mundine (44-5, 26KOs) dropped a twelve round decision in his last fight, which came in January against IBF middleweight champion Daniel Geale.
"It looks that way [that I'll be facing Mundine]. I haven't talked to Golden Boy yet or [manager] James Prince or my attorney Josh Dubin but I think it's [going to happen] in October, maybe early October. It's going to bet at 154. So I'll fight him at 154 and then move down to welter," Mosley told BoxingScene.com.
Mosley's name was being whispered as a potential opponent for Kell Brook in September, but the former champion has heard nothing from his management regarding a match with Brook.