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Friday, 30 November 2018

The astronomical per second Horn-Mundine pay day


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The results will show that Jeff Horn took out the win by flooring Anthony Mundine just 96 seconds into Friday's bout, but in reality there was no loser. 

Fans were left fuming after months of pre-promotion and trash talk between the two resulted in a meek ending to Mundine's boxing career. 

In the lead-up to the fight, Mundine and Horn were projected to make between 4-5 million for the fight with bother fighters agreeing to split proceedings down the middle.

Approximating that each fighter took in the ball park of $2.5 million home from the fight, it means that both fighters earned a whopping $26,041 per second of work.

The loss to Horn put an end to Mundine's 18-year boxing career, with his final record sitting at 48 wins and nine losses.

Despite throwing several barbs at Horn throughout the pre-promotion, the 43-year-old praised Horn after the loss.

"Jeff proved tonight he's the better man," Mundine said.

"That's the next generation man. I was ready. I was prepared well. It's just boxing, you get caught sometimes."

Following the abrupt ending to the fight, despite his monster pay day, Mundine was humbled by fans who took aim at his quick knockout. 

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The results will show that Jeff Horn took out the win by flooring Anthony Mundine just 96 seconds into Friday's bout, but in reality there was no loser. 

Fans were left fuming after months of pre-promotion and trash talk between the two resulted in a meek ending to Mundine's boxing career. 

In the lead-up to the fight, Mundine and Horn were projected to make between 4-5 million for the fight with bother fighters agreeing to split proceedings down the middle.

Approximating that each fighter took in the ball park of $2.5 million home from the fight, it means that both fighters earned a whopping $26,041 per second of work.

The loss to Horn put an end to Mundine's 18-year boxing career, with his final record sitting at 48 wins and nine losses.

Despite throwing several barbs at Horn throughout the pre-promotion, the 43-year-old praised Horn after the loss.

"Jeff proved tonight he's the better man," Mundine said.

"That's the next generation man. I was ready. I was prepared well. It's just boxing, you get caught sometimes."

Following the abrupt ending to the fight, despite his monster pay day, Mundine was humbled by fans who took aim at his quick knockout. 

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