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Shane Mosley: I Want Marquez or Kell Brook Next

By Carlos Boogs

Former three division world champion "Sugar" Shane Mosley (48-9-1, 40KOs) isn't messing around with his comeback.

Fresh off of last night's sixth round knockout of Ricardo Mayorga in their rematch at The Forum in Los Angeles, the former three-division champion is already planning his next fight.

Mosley revealed on the social networks that he would give Mexican superstar Juan Manuel Marquez $2 million to face him in December.

Marquez has had knee injuries and hasn't fought since defeating Mike Alvarado in the spring of 2014. He has mentioned on several occasions that he would like to fight again before the end of the year.

If he can't get Marquez, Mosley would like to face IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook, who defends his belt, possibly against Diego Chaves, on October 24th in Sheffield.

"Personally I would like to fight Marquez next. He is a legend on my level and a fighter, so it will be a good show. Either Marquez or I would like to fight Kell Brook and snatch the belt from him," Mosley said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by larryxxx.. on 08-31-2015

[QUOTE=dan_cov;16007339]Mosley is juiced to the gills and only looked fair because he was against such a grossly out of shape, well past prime, slow and sloppy Mayorga who frankly looked horrible. Don't let it fool you into thinking there is…

Comment by Wicky on 08-31-2015

[QUOTE=lfc19titles;16009318]Brook will definitely take this as he is a coward and a fraud[/QUOTE] How so? .

Comment by lfc19titles on 08-31-2015

Brook will definitely take this as he is a coward and a fraud

Comment by Wicky on 08-31-2015

Mosley vs JMM is interesting if a bit one sided in JMM's favour. Brook, too young & too hungry for both/either. Brook should take Shane's offer though for a bit of easy money & limelight.

Comment by Grange_27 on 08-31-2015

[QUOTE=LacedUp;16009103]It sounds factual. You can add MAB to that list as well.[/QUOTE] Khan has actually used Barrera as a top name he'd beaten which put him out of Brooks league.

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