Horn Claims Retirement If He Loses To Mundine

Following a loss to Terence Crawford, Jeff Horn may look at retirement if he loses to Anthony Mundine on November 30th.

Mundine himself is eyeing a retirement from the sport following their showdown at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, as the 43 year old looks to stop the former WBO welterweight champion.

“He had a cheeky comment to me just before saying it wasn’t his last … but we will see what happens on the night,” Horn said, after a pre-fight Brisbane press conference.

With a win against the 18 year veteran, Horn hopes to face Crawford in a rematch, possibly in Australia, but knows a loss would be catastrophic..

“It would definitely be very hard to pick up the career if I have another loss – time will tell,” said Horn.

Horn believes he has to make a statement to be taken seriously as a top challenger.

“Mundine’s been the biggest name in Australian boxing for a long time now,” Horn said.

“I need to make sure it looks easy, try as hard as I can to get a convincing win.”


Quotes Via: Boxing Scene

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