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Rabchenko-Mundine Clash Set For 11/12 in Melbourne

By Luke Furman

Former champion Anthony Mundine (46-6), who in April got beat up by Joshua Clottey, is going to resume his career. He plans to face Sergey Rabchenko at Hisense Arena on November 12 in Melbourne. Rabchenko, 28-years-old, is 11 years younger and won all of his 25 professional fights, 18 by KO, as well as 217 of 238 ­amateur bouts. Rabchenko is trained by Ricky Hatton, who is well known in Australia for ending the career of country great Kostya Tszyu in 2005. The fight will be officially announced this week.

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by joshuthomas on 11-06-2014

[QUOTE=Foreign Soil;14886823]Trained by Hatton? Oh lord... hopefully he teaches more than just train yourself to death inbetween blowing up to 300lbs.[/QUOTE] :) LOL yeah hardcore..

Comment by Foreign Soil on 08-25-2014

Trained by Hatton? Oh lord... hopefully he teaches more than just train yourself to death inbetween blowing up to 300lbs.

Comment by robbyheartbaby on 08-25-2014

Good to see Mundine fighting on, but at 39 years of age and a former WBA Super Middleweight champion he continues to fight at Super Welterweight???? Surely it would have been wise to go back up to Middleweight or Super…

Comment by LoadedWraps on 08-25-2014

WAR Mundine!!!!! Put the Aussie boxing school on your back!!!

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