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Danny Garcia Daniel Gaele & Anthony Mundine Face off

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Gary Shaw Productions has been granted an “Exception to Regulations” by the IBF on behalf of unified IBF/WBA middleweight champion, Daniel “Real Deal” Geale (28-1, 15 KOs), to participate in an optional IBF world title fight against Anthony Mundine (44-4, 26 KOs) prior to his mandatory defense. Geale tasted defeat for the first and only time when these two fighters faced each other back in May of 2009.  Geale lost a controversialsplit decision and he’s looking to set the record straight once and for all. “When Mundine and I first fought, I thought my hands were going to be raised after the fight,” saidDaniel Geale. “It was close but I thought I was the better man that night.  I’ve always wanted revenge against Anthony, and now  I have the opportunity." 
 
Mundine is a three time world champion and has gone (19-1) in his last twenty bouts and is currently riding a 4-fight winning streak. He captured the vacant WBA World super middleweight title against Sam Soliman in March of 2007 when he knocked him out in the 9th round.  A year later, Mundine was victorious in the rematch winning a 12-round unanimous decision in May of 2008.  Mundine is the only fighter in the history of boxing to have every fight on pay-per-view.  ”This is a fight that all of Australia has wanted to see and I’m glad it has finally come together.”  Mundine said. ”I always said Daniel would be a world champion if he didn’t have to fight me and that has proven to be the case.  People are saying he is the best middleweight in the world, but he is not even the best middleweight in Australia.  I beat him once and I’ll do it again.”
 

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