That would be a great idea.One of the best suggestions I've seen is for Horn to do a mini tour of the best US gyms to basically assess his skills and then decide what he wants to do. But I think that he'll retire.
I think I would be a bit shocked if he did call it a day.Ben Damon says he has spoken to Jeff Horn and Horn said he will make an announcement in about 2 weeks time as to what the future holds for him.
I think a retirement announcement is a real possibility.
Zerafa would demolish Choc.Mundine now putting his hand up to fight Zerafa after he fights John Wayne Parr.
"After I beat Parr in November inshallah Zarafa (sic) you next boy," Mundine, 44, wrote on Facebook.
Mundine seems determined to go out on boxing's terms, not his own.
There is a big old pub called The Shamrock and it was absolutely full of revelers. They were all wearing lanyards. Part of some winter beer festival I think and you obviously had to pay for the privilege.
I have a sneaky suspicion that “I wasn’t feeling right” translates to “he was better than me tonight but I don’t want to say that”Watching the fight must have been fascinating, want to give us your impressions? As in the Crawford fight Horn has said that he was not feeling right, whatever that means.
Thanks, sounds like he's gone stale, too much home cooking.As far as my impressions of the fight go, I think the ones I wrote on the night are probably the best I can offer because the fight was still very fresh in my mind.
I wrote at the time :
Horn does not move well at middleweight. Gone were the attacks from different angles and the unpredictability.
Horn just came straight in nearly all night. Zerafa was able to land long and as soon as Horn got inside Zerafa clinched and clinched and clinched.
Zerafa fought a clever fight and deserved the win.