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Hunger still burns within Geale

Daniel Geale is convinced he still has the hunger and desire to win another boxing world title next year but considers himself fortunate not to have got a slap from his coach for a rare show of arrogance.

Geale bounced back from his third round stoppage by Gennady Golovkin, with a unanimous 12 round points win over Australian compatriot, Jarrod Fletcher last week in Sydney.

The former WBA Super and IBF middleweight world champion was a comfortable 119-108 winner on all three judges cards.

"I had to prove to myself...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 07:17

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Hodges can't replace Boyd fulltime

So much for Plan B. Justin Hodges, 32, says he will support Darius Boyd on the "long, hard road" back from a ruptured Achilles tendon that will sideline him for up to nine months.

But the Broncos veteran centre considered an ideal replacement for the star recruit said his injury plagued body would not be able to handle a full time switch to fullback.

Boyd underwent surgery this week after going down in just his first full week of training back at the NRL club.

It is a worst case scenario for Brisbane who cut star...

 

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