At the age of 45, Anthony Mundine (48-10) returns to the ring for what could be the last time when he meets Michael Zerafa (27-4) this weekend.
A former WBA super-middleweight and IBO middleweight titleholder, Mundine is a heavy underdog as he travels to his opponent’s home state for this contest. Mundine has not fought since a split decision loss to Muay Thai legend ‘John’ Wayne Parr in November 2019.
Covid-19 also disrupted Zerafa’s schedule as the 28-year-old has not fought since Jeff Horn evened up the score with a majority decision in December 2019. Four months prior, Zerafa shocked Horn to a TKO stoppage.
Zerafa is paying 1.04 for the win with the bookies not giving Mundine much of a chance with ‘The Man’ listed at 9.50 with Sportsbet.com.au.
How to watch Anthony Mundine vs. Michael Zerafa anywhere in the world?
The event will be streamed exclusively on combat sports broadcaster Epicentre TV with a PPV listing of $29.95.
What time will Michael Zerafa vs. Anthony Mundine take place in Australia?
The event takes place out of Bendigo Stadium in Victoria, Australia, with the broadcast starting at 6:30 pm AEDT on Saturday, 13 March 2021
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