On Friday, November 30th, two former world champions will measure within the boxing ring to determine which one is Australia’s boxing king. This”Down Under” grudge match pits Jeff”The Hornet” Horn against Anthony”The Man” Mundine in the”River City Rumble.”

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Both fighters have agreed to a match which will be contested at a catchweight of 156.5 pounds. Technically, there are two middleweight titles online as well: the WBO Asian as well as the WBA Oceania. In total, there are just 8 boxing fights on the card with a couple strong prospects headlining the undercard.

The River City Rumble will be live from Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia. This event can be seen on PPV and streaming ESPN+.

Horn vs Mundine Betting Odds
Since the announcement of the struggle, Horn opened as a huge gambling favorite with most online betting sites. Presently, Horn is recorded as a -538 favorite and Mundine is a +433 underdog based on BetOnline. Furthermore, BetOnline has put the next Over/Under:

Over 9.5 rounds (-140)
Under 9.5 rounds (+120)
Before we delve deeper into the gambling analysis, let’s take a peek at both combatants.

A Quick Look at Both Fighters
At age 30, Jeff Horn (18-1-1) is the younger of the two boxers, but every bit as dangerous as his counterpart Anthony Mundine (48-8) who is 43. “The Hornet” kicked down the door to international stardom in 2017, after beating Manny Pacquiao at Suncorp Stadium to win the WBO welterweight title. Horn would follow up that victory with an 11th round TKO over Gary Corcoran in late 2017.

In 18-0-1, Horn was flying the pound for pound best positions and appearing like a force to be reckoned with. Unfortunately, he ran into one of the very best in Terence Crawford and suffered a TKO loss last June. “The Hornet” is looking to rebound from this fight and reestablish himself as a competition in the welterweight division. To do that, he’ll need to conquer a fighter that Jeff has admired for several years.

Do not let Mundine’s age fool you. He is still very capable of knocking outside Horn in this struggle since he does have 28 KO successes in his profession. The former Australian soccer player has had a successful career since turning pro in 2000. Mundine has fought throughout several weight classes and never shied away from a battle. “The Person” is a 2-time former WBA super middleweight champion, and it has gone toe-to-toe against a number of the game’s elite such as Shane Mosley, who he defeated in 2013. Mundine won his last fight in January through 2nd round KO.

Who’ll Win the Fight?
Mundine is the better fighter of the two. And, if he was 5 years younger, I think he’d easily dispatch of Horn. Jeff will seem to emerge and smother Mundine together with his competitive, unorthodox style. But, we all know that Mundine is going to be ready for this. The issue is whether Mundine still has the legs to go deep into the latter rounds. We all know Mundine gets the heart as well as the chin to hang in there and swap shots, but father time catches up to us all.

Mundine has talked the talk, which we’ve come to enjoy and expect. Horn has been a bit more passive and respectful of his competitor. However, that does not mean he won’t go out there and try to take Mundine’s head off once the bell rings.

Despite what the boxing gambling websites listed the odds at, I feel it will be closer than expected. With that in mind, Mundine in +433 is worth a flyer for all those of you risk takers on the market. In front of 50,000 rabid Australian struggle lovers, Mundine has the heart and soul to turn back the hands of time and pull off the upset. Having a puncher’s chance, taking a flyer on Mundine is a reasonable option for those of you that bet on boxing.

However, regardless of the sentimental side of me needing to watch Mundine ride into the sunset with a win in this fight, you have to decide on the younger, more aggressive fighter in Horn. Regrettably, his moneyline of -538 offers no worth and the small risk of him losing isn’t worth a bet.

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