Australian Middleweight John Wayne Parr (10-3 boxing, 99-33 kickboxing) indeed faces his countryman Anthony Mundine (48-9) in a boxing encounter. The 75 kg catchweight bout has been scheduled for November 29 at the yet to be determined venue, (likely) on the Gold Coast, Queensland.
Parr (10-3, 10 KO) hasn’t competed as a boxer in 16 years, losing a 2003 unanimous decision to Sakio Bika in his most recent effort. He’s been plenty busy in his sport of choice, though, amassing a career record of 99-33 and founding the Caged Muay Thai promotion, which features the titular competition in four-ounce gloves.
Mundine (48-9, 28 KO) is many, many years past his best, but should still be favored in this domestic grudge match by dint of actually being a full-time boxer for the last couple decades. Still better than Mayweather-Nasukawa, at least.