Watch Mundine vs Browne Live streaming AU Boxing 17.01.2018
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Watch Mundine vs Browne Live streaming AU Boxing 17.01.2018 Wednesday 17 January 2018 Star City Hotel & Casino, Pyrmont, New South Wales, Australia Kick-Off:- 6:00pm Anthony Mundine vs Tommy Browne Live 12 rounds – vacant WBO Oriental Middleweight Title Jai Opetaia vs. Benjamin Kelleher Live 10 rounds – cruiserweights Kye MacKenzie vs. Emiliano Garcia Live 10 rounds – lightweights The Star of the Ring is back in 2018 after the inaugural event became the highest rating boxing event in Fox Sports history. This year's Star of the Ring will take place at the prestigious Event Centre at The Star Sydney. The Main Event will see Anthony " The Man" Mundine take on Tommy "The Titan" Browne in a huge domestic encounter that will see the winner climb into the top 10 in the World.
The undercard will be stacked with Australia's most talented prospects in a huge night of boxing at The Star. Mundine vs Browne Live, Mundine vs Browne Live streaming,Mundine vs Browne live on tv,Mundine vs Browne free streaming, Mundine vs Browne boxing live, Mundine vs Browne 2018 live, Mundine vs Browne fox tv Anthony Mundine and Tommy Browne fight on January 17. The pair will battle it out for the chance to take on WBO World Middle Weight champion Billy Joe Saunders. FOX SPORTS will bring fight fans the bout and undercards LIVE and in HD on FOX Live on TV info Anthony Mundine vs Tommy Browne live Boxing Streaming TV Anthony Mundine to fight Tommy Browne at Star Casino on January 17. Dec 6, 2017 - Anthony Mundine will enter the boxing ring again when he takes on Tommy Browne at Star Casino on January 17 Watch boxing online · Click to Watch Anthony Mundine will enter the boxing ring again when he takes on Tommy Browne at Star Casino on January 17.
The bout promises to be an Anthony Mundine to fight Tommy Browne at Star Casino on January 17 Anthony Mundine will enter the boxing ring again when he takes on Tommy Browne at Star Casino on January 17. The bout promises to be an emotionally charged one for Browne, whose brother Davey was in line to fight Mundine two years ago before he was tragically killed after being knocked out in the ring during a fight in western Sydney. Browne has been training in Floyd Mayweather’s Las Vegas gym to prepare for the bout and says he’s ready to give it his all. “He talks a good game, now it’s time to see if he can back it up. “I’ve been training hard, I’m ready for this fight and deep down he knows it.” Browne was on the same card as his younger brother the night he was killed in 2015, when Davey was KO’d by Filipino Carlo Migali in the 12th round in Ingleburn.
The younger Browne went into a coma and never came out of it passing away less than a week after. “I had to take a long time away from the sport after Davey passed away, but I’m now hungrier than ever to succeed and make him proud,” Tommy Browne, 34, said. “Nothing will change what happened, nothing will bring Davey back, but every day I train, every drip of sweat and blood that comes out of me is for him, he is my motivation. Browne is undefeated in his past 10 and has won back-to-back regional titles, meaning the winner of his fight with Mundine would get a top 10 ranking and would be in contention for a world title shot against England’s WBO World middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders. Browne says Mundine might talk the talk but he’s beyond his best and he’ll prove that come January 17.
“Mundine has been saying for years that he wants to fight Mayweather and that he can beat Floyd,” Browne said. “I’ve spent months training at the Mayweather gym, I’ve seen Floyd training first-hand, and Mundine isn’t anywhere near his league. “Mundine is a poor imitation of Mayweather. He might come close in the talking department, but everyone knows there is no other comparison. You’ve just got to look at their records. “Mundine is there to be hit where Floyd isn’t. He’s been knocked out cold by Sven Ottke and Garth Wood, and I’ve lost count of how many times he’s been knocked down in his last few fights. “His chin is gone and I’ll expose that."