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Jeff Horn on Anthony Mundine knockout: “I don’t feel like I’ve really had a fight”

After months of build-up, Jeff Horn ended Anthony Mundine’s career in just 96 seconds.

The former WBO welterweight champion came back from his loss to American Terence Crawford in June with a first round knockout of Mundine at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Friday night.

Horn joined Clinton Maynard and Sam Stove on Macquarie Sports Radio’s Weekend Afternoons to talk about the match.

He said the victory was much easier than he was expecting.

“I don’t feel like I’ve really had a fight to be honest, it’s a good feeling to not have any of the bruises or the marks the day after, it’s a great result for me” he said.

He also spoke about what comes next, saying he’d love to get Terence Crawford to Australia for a rematch.

Click ‘PLAY’ below to listen to the full interview

Listen to the full fight called by Ray Hadley and Billy Dib below: 

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