Carlos Monzon vs. Tony Mundine

By Boxing News on October 4, 2018
Carlos Monzon vs. Tony Mundine
Monzon had fought the best of the best, but Mundine, as his record shows, was no slouch.

On October 5, 1974 at Estadio Luna Park in Buenos Aires, Argentina, middleweight champion Carlos Monzon, aka Escopeta, from San Javier, Santa Fe, Argentina, defended his WBA middleweight crown against Tony Mundine, from Sydney, Australia. Monzon was 83-3-9 going in. Escopeta had fought the best of the best, but Mundine, as his 47-3-1 record indicates, was no slouch. But the Aussie had never fought a fighter the caliber of Monzon, and would never fight a fighter of that caliber again…

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  1. David 01:45pm, 10/05/2018

    The greatest middleweight ever, Carlos Monzon. Marvin Hagler or any middleweight past or present, would have been no match for Monzon.

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