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Paul Gallen vs Lucas Browne has lit the fuse ahead of his heavyweight clash on April 21, questioning the legitimacy of ‘Big Daddy’s’ WBA world title, bringing up the Perth-based slugger’s failed drug tests and labelling Browne ‘bitch tits’.
Seven weeks out from their bout at WIN Entertainment Centre in Wollongong, Gallen was in no mood to play nice as the pair met face-to-face.The former New South Wales and Sharks captain – fresh off a huge win over Mark Hunt in December – wasted no time in hitting out at Browne.
“Let’s be clear on what he won – he won a version of the world title. A version of it,” Gallen said when asked about Browne’s upset win over Ruslan Chagaev to claim the WBA belt in 2016.
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EVENT: PAUL GALLEN VS LUCAS BROWNE
Date: 21 April 2022
Venue: Townsville Entertainment & Convention Centre
Start Time: 6pm
Paul Gallen and Lucas Browne are edging closer to a fight on April 21th, with the pair engaging in a heated war of words over social media on Thursday night.
Browne had previously called out Gallen after the former NRL star’s shock win over Mark Hunt in December, urging him to ‘stop calling out UFC fighters’.
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The Paul Gallen vs Lucas Browne will take place at the WIN Entertainment Centre in Wollongong, Australia, on Wednesday, 21 April. Pay-per-view broadcasting with Kayo will start at 7pm AEST/10am BST/5am EDT, while Fox Sports 503 will show select undercard fights from 6pm AEST/9am BST/ 4am EDT.
PAUL GALLEN BOXING RECORD
The former Cronulla Sharks skipper has a boxing record of 10-0-1, with five of his wins coming via knockout.The only blip on his record was against Barry Hall, with the fight ending in a draw.
Gallen weighed in at 102.2kg, then hit back at his rival over the drug test, stating: “He’s an absolute junkie, he’s a two-time cheat. It is what it is.”
And he promised their war of words would mean nothing when they got into the ring, saying: “He can do what he wants, say what he wants. But tomorrow night he’s going down.