Sport Mundine: I’ll end ‘drunken fighter’ Horn’s career

01:52  15 december  2017
01:52  15 december  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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Veteran Anthony Mundine has declared he will end world champion Jeff Horn ’ s ’10 minutes of fame’ if the former Brisbane school teacher agrees to a lucrative fight in 2018.

Mundine said he would welcome the chance to teach Horn a boxing lesson. "He doesn't have the skill to beat me , I will end his career and his 10 minutes of fame," Mundine told the Daily Telegraph. "After what I saw against Corcoran, Horn is a B-grade fighter . He looked like a drunken fighter at times

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Veteran Anthony Mundine has declared he will end world champion Jeff Horn’s ’10 minutes of fame’ if the former Brisbane school teacher agrees to a lucrative fight in 2018.

Horn successfully defended his WBO World welterweight title against Englishman Gary Corcoran on Wednesday night with an 11th round TKO victory.

The win leaves Horn with options as he weighs up a $2 million offer from Mundine, while a title defence against highly-rated American Terence Crawford in Las Vegas in April is also on the table.

Horn, 29, publicly declared Mundine would be ‘the easier fight’ on Thursday but insists he is also open to facing the undefeated Crawford next.

Australian boxer Anthony Mundine has sledged Jeff Horn. © Morne de Klerk/Getty Images Australian boxer Anthony Mundine has sledged Jeff Horn. Mundine, who has limited options after losing his most recent fight against arch rival Danny Green in February, fired back at Horn’s jab with interest.

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“He doesn’t have the skill to beat me, I will end his career and his 10 minutes of fame,” Mundine, who is scheduled to fight Tommy Browne on January 17, told News Limited.

“After what I saw against Corcoran, Horn is a B-grade fighter. He looked like a drunken fighter at times, it looked like he was on crack, his feet were everywhere, he was all over the place.

“I am too strong, too fast, too seasoned. All he’s got going for him is his awkward style, but you saw what I did to the most awkward fighter in Australia, Sam Soliman, and I’ll destroy Horn the same way.”

Jeff Horn celebrates winning the WBO Welterweight Championship bout between Jeff Horn and Gary Corcoran. © Chris Hyde/Getty Images Jeff Horn celebrates winning the WBO Welterweight Championship bout between Jeff Horn and Gary Corcoran. Horn suggested 42-year-old Mundine should have retired after his loss to fellow veteran Green.

The 29-year-old would have to step up one weight class to light-middleweight to face Mundine.

Horn’s promoter would prefer his Aussie charge turns down Mundine to instead make his Las Vegas debut against Crawford on April 21.

Horn promoter seeks bigger Crawford payday .
Jeff Horn's promoter Dean Lonergan is set to drive a hard bargain with Bob Arum after deriding mandatory challenger Terence Crawford's drawcard status.Horn is in talks to face Crawford, the mandatory challenger to his WBO welterweight championship, in late April, in Las Vegas.

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