Anthony Mundine has declared he wants a re-match against Jeff Horn after being knocked out in the first round of last month's bout.
Mundine announced his retirement from the sport and many expected the result against Horn was exactly what was going to unfold.
However, the 43-year-old wants one last shot at it.
"I can’t go out like that. Period. I thought it was going to be over after this one, too. But when something happens like that and you’ve had time to reflect on it, you’re like, 'Man, just give me another chance,'" Mundine told Fox Sports.
"I think people power can make this fight happen. If you guys start talking and start ramping it up … I believe I can win. Some of you might think I’m delirious or what not but that’s fine, I’m cool with that, because of what happened."
The Horn camp is yet to respond to Mundine's comments.
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