Horn v Mundine fight LIVE and FREE on Macquarie Sports Radio
Ringside commentators Ray Hadley and Billy Dib will call the ‘River City Rumble’ LIVE and FREE on Macquarie Sports Radio.
The much anticipated fight between veteran Anthony Mundine and the new boy in town Jeff Horn will be held at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium on Friday, November 30 with the main bout at 9.30PM QLD time and 10.30PM AEDT.
You can hear the call live and free on 954AM Sydney, 1278AM Melbourne, 882AM Brisbane, DAB+ channel in Perth and online at sportsradio.com.au
Before the big event, there will be a jam-packed undercard:
Cameron Hammond (17-1) vs Frank Rojas (23-1)
Brent Rice (8-0) vs Liam Wilson (2-0)
Ben Mahoney (5-0) vs Adrian Rodriguez (11-1-2)
David Aloua (12-2) vs Kurtis Pegoraro (11-4)
Kye Mackenzie (20-1) vs Francis Chua (5-0-1)
Kori Farr (2-4-2) vs Krystina Jacobs (1-0)
Ben Horn (debut) vs Lachlan O’Shea (debut)
Here the announcement below:
Earlier, legendary Australian boxer Anthony Mundine came out swinging in promotion of his showdown against fellow Australian boxer Jeff Horn.
The self-confessed “charismatic, cool-cat” is all set and ready to rumble on November 30 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane in what has been titled the “river-city rumble.”
Joining Matt Thompson & Jimmy Bartel in the studio on Macquarie Sports Radio just a week ago, The man Mundine has encouraged all sports fans to get themselves ready to enjoy what could be his final fight. “I’m definitely going to entertain them, get your popcorn, get your ice-cream and just enjoy the show because I’m pretty to watch.”
The effervescent Mundine will go into the fight at 43 years of age, he needs to get himself down to 71kg for this fight. He is not worried about any detractors or even considering losing this fight.”I’m going to school this cat in every department. He ain’t going to beat me in any department. He’s boring, I’d rather watch paint dry, he’s boring man.” Mundine said.
Mundine is so confident he will win this fight that if he does happen to lose, the only reason will be because of “divine intervention, that’s it.”
Click PLAY below to hear the interview
Mundine went on to clash with hosts Dave Culbert and Matt Thompson over his “lack of respect” for Australia’s flag and national anthem.
The indigenous boxer said they were both symbols of white supremacy.
“I don’t respect it,” Mundine said on Macquarie Sports Radio.
“I will never stand for it.”
Click PLAY below to jump in studio and watch their debate