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Mundine willing to work toward Mayweather

P 48 anthony mundineWhile his sponsor Mick Gatto is talking of filling the MCG for a showdown with boxing superstar Floyd "Money" Mayweather, Anthony Mundine says he doesn't deserve the fight just yet.

Mundine became the mandatory challenger for Mayweather's WBC light middleweight title with his defeat of previously unbeaten Belarusian Sergey Rabchenko in a split decision at Hisense Arena in Melbourne...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:10

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Fainga'a juggles fatherhood with rugby

New dad Saia Fainga'a is carrying a heavy heart on the Wallabies European tour.

But the Queensland Reds hooker says he's struck a balance that will allow him to stay focused on the daunting task facing Australia's forwards in the coming weeks.

Fainga'a missed September's win over South Africa in Perth due to the birth of his first child and rugby commitments have meant he's only been able to spend around ten days with two month old daughter, Sienna.

Spending another month away from his daughter and fiancee Alicia...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:08

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