Danny Green defeats Anthony Mundine
Anthony Mundine (l) and Danny Green (r) after their second boxing encounter on Friday, February 3, 2017 at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, SA, Australia / Pic: Getty Images

Danny Green defeats Anthony Mundine on Friday February 3 in Adelaide.

Danny Green (36-5) of WA defeats Anthony Mundine (47-8) of NSW in their rematch fight. The 83 kg bout held at Adelaide Oval went on distance. After ten rounds of action Perth fighter earned a majority decision: 94-94, 96-94, 98-90.

Their original 12-round encounter happened on May 17, 2006 at Football Stadium in Sydney. Mundine earned a unanimous decision. As a result each boxer states a victory one over another.

Danny Green vs Mundine headlined the 9-fight program. Trent Broadhurst stopped Nader Hamdan in the forth round of their light heavyweight contest. Similarly Quade Cooper earned the second round TKO victory over Jack McInnes in the cruiserweight match.

Also on the card Andrew Moloney defeated Renoel Pael in the bantamweight challenge. Tim Tszyu TKO’d Mark Dalby in Round 3 of the middleweight bout. Jason Moloney defeated Marco Demecillo in the super bantamweight contest.

In addition, Antonio Caruso collected a decision in the cruiserweight match against Friday Nwaiwu. In another cruiserweight bout David Aloua defeated Filipo Fonoti Masoe. Lastly, Shane Tuck claimed a victory over Ivan Kolar in the super middleweight challenge which was the first fight of the night.

Fight Results

Danny Green wins by a majority decision vs Anthony Mundine
Trent Broadhurst wins by TKO R4 vs Nader Hamdan
Quade Cooper wins by TKO R2 vs Jack McInnes
Andrew Moloney wins by decision vs Renoel Pael
Tim Tszyu wins by TKO R3 vs Mark Dalby
Jason Moloney wins by decision vs Marco Demecillo
Antonio Caruso wins by decision vs Friday Nwaiwu
David Aloua wins by decision vs Filipo Fonoti Masoe
Shane Tuck wins by decision vs Ivan Kolar

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Misagh Norouzi
Misagh Norouzi is a Muay Thai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is training and fighting under the patronage of a prominent Thai master Top Sangmorakot. Norouzi is an author and reporter at FIGHTMAG. He covers local and national news.

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