By Paul Upham: Former WBA super middleweight world champion Manny Siaca is offering present IBO title-holder Anthony Mundine
an opportunity to avenge one of his three pro losses, even if it means fighting Mundine again in his hometown of Sydney.
Five years ago, Siaca captured the WBA super middleweight belt from Mundine, by way of 12-round decision, in Sydney.
The 33-year-old Siaca (22-6, 19 KOs) said his experiment as a light heavyweight is in the past and he’s ready to take on Mundine (36-3, 23 KOs) again.
“Since I beat him,” the Puerto Rican boxer said, “he’s fought nobody, only bums, other than Mikkel Kessler, who beat him, too. Mundine is fooling the people of Australia. In 2007, his people talked about him fighting me but they thought it was too risky. Danny Green pulled out of a fight against me, too. I beat Mundine in his backyard and I’ll do it again.”