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Two well-known Australian fighters and globally respected middleweights will tangle on Saturday when IBF Champion "Real Deal" Daniel Geale (28-1, 15 KO) battles veteran Anthony "The Man" Mundine (44-4, 26 KO). The bout is a rematch of their 2009 meeting, which is still the only defeat Geale has suffered in his career. Mundine came away with a close split-decision win over Geale in a great fight.
Daniel Geale and Anthony Mundine will face-off for the IBF Middleweight title on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Last time it was Mundine who won a controversial decision, but this time Geale comes in as the favourite and currently holds the belt. Stay tuned here and follow all the action from tonight's world title fight between Daniel Geale and Anthony Mundine boxing live.
In one of the most anticipated bouts in Australian boxing history, IBF middleweight champion, Daniel Geale and Anthony Mundine have both weighed in under the 160 pound middleweight limit for their grudge rematch this Wednesday night. In their first bout in May 2009, Mundine defeated Geale for Geale’s IBO middleweight title via a narrow split decision victory, with his second round knockdown of Geale proving decisive on the scorecards.
DANIEL Geale has to knock out Anthony Mundine tonight to prove he is the fighter we believe he is. Mundine needs to beat Geale to prove he is the fighter he has always said he is. Both fighters are planning knockouts. Both want something beyond the result. IBF middleweight boxing world champion Geale is confident he will defeat Mundine convincingly tonight at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. But challenger Mundine, 37, insists he is still at the peak of his powers despite being the betting underdog for the
Mundine (44-4, 26 KOs) scaled at yesterday's weigh-in while Geale (28-1, 15 KOs) making his fourth defence, scaled , just inside the limit of . Both Geale and Shaw said Mundine looked in good shape. Mundine was responsible for inflicting the only professional loss on Geale's record, taking a split points win in Brisbane in 2009. No matter how brave Mundine would be to go the distance with Geale it won't be seen that way overseas, where Mundine is regarded as beyond his prime. A points victory will be seen as conclusive proof of Geale's limitations.
A loss, of course, would be Geale's disaster. Some believe Mundine is fighting for his legacy. Not so. His legacy is set. Whatever people will think of Mundine will not be changed by tonight's result.
Mundine is fighting for whatever fights might be left. There is little interest in him overseas and he has already fought and beaten everybody left to fight in Australia. With the IBF belt around his waist, though, Mundine suddenly has something to take to the market.
Geale not only has to settle an old score from 2009 but keep somewhere in the back of his mind that all of America and all of Europe don't see the Geale-Mundine fight as the morality play that we see it as here. They don't care about the black hat against the white hat. They see it as the IBF champion stepping into the ring against a fighter that was very good some time ago, and a fight he should win convincingly.
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