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Anthony Mundine Australian boxer, rugby league player and rapper

Anthony "The Man" Mundine is an Australian professional boxer and Former rugby league footballer. In boxing he has competed from 2000 to current, and held the WBA super-middleweight title twice between 2003 and 2008, as well as the IBO middleweight title from 2009 to 2010, and the WBA interim super-welterweight title from 2011 to 2012. Mundine is well known for his heated rivalries with fellow Australians Danny Green and Daniel Geale.

Tony Mundine (boxer) Australian boxer

Anthony "Tony" William Mundine OAM is an Australian former boxer, and one of the country's most accomplished indigenous fighters. The only Australian boxer to compete professionally in four weight divisions, he held the Australian middleweight, light heavyweight, cruiserweight and heavyweight titles, as well as the Commonwealth middleweight and light heavyweight titles. He also challenged once for the WBA world middleweight title in 1974. He is the father of former world champion boxer Anthony Mundine, and cousin of Warren Mundine.

Jesse Burnett was a light-heavyweight and cruiserweight boxer. His professional record was 23-18-2 with 11 knockouts. He is best remembered as the spoiler who won a twelve round decision in a WBC cruiserweight elimination bout over former world light-heavyweight champion Victor Galindez of Argentina in 1980, sending Galindez into retirement. In Burnett's two tries at a world title, he was stopped in the ninth round of a 1977 vacant WBC light-heavyweight title bout by Miguel Angel Cuello, and stopped in the eighth round of a 1980 WBC cruiserweight title bout against S.T. Gordon. Burnett also fought such other fighters as former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks, former light-heavyweight champion John Conteh, former light-heavyweight champion Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, and other contenders such as Yaqui Lopez, James Scott, Jerry Martin, Tony Mundine, Bash Ali, Willie Edwards, Mustafa Wassaja, Willie Edwards, Lotte Mwale, and many others. This was before he married Polita then went into retirement. He has two wonderful children, Jesse Jr. and Stephanie. Due to his boxing career, Jesse was able to travel to faraway and distant lands such as Europe as well as small ones such as Belize, where he was able to meet in-laws that also grew into legends. Stars such as his stepson Liberato, a successful businessman, and a brother-in-law Leroy McKenzie better known as Sarge, one of the best in Belizean soccer and a legend in Belize.

Beau Mundine is an Australian minor-league rugby league footballer. He has played for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in the National Rugby League competition. His position of choice is in the centres.

Danny Green (boxer) Australian boxer

Daniel Thomas Green is an Australian professional boxer who also works as a health and fitness trainer. He held the WBA light-heavyweight title from 2007 to 2008, the IBO cruiserweight title twice between 2009 and 2013, and the WBC interim super-middleweight title from 2003 to 2005.

Sam Soliman is an Australian former professional boxer, kickboxer and mixed martial artist. In boxing he competed from 1997 to 2019, and held the IBF middleweight title in 2014.

Nyunggai Warren Stephen Mundine is an Australian Aboriginal leader and politician. He was the National President of the Australian Labor Party (ALP), but quit the party in 2012. Mundine was appointed chairman of the Coalition government's Indigenous Advisory Council by then-prime minister, Tony Abbott. Mundine was the Liberal Party's unsuccessful candidate for the marginal seat of Gilmore on the south coast of New South Wales in the 2019 Australian federal election.

Daniel Geale Australian boxer

Daniel Geale is an Australian professional boxer. He is a former unified middleweight world champion, having held the WBA (Super) and IBF titles between 2011 and 2013. Additionally he held the IBO middleweight title from 2007 to 2009. As an amateur, Geale won a welterweight gold medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games.

Knock U Out single by Anthony Mundine

"Knock U Out" is the second single from Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets' self-titled album Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets. It features a guest appearance by boxer Anthony Mundine.

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Baryulgil, New South Wales Suburb of Clarence Valley Council, New South Wales, Australia

Baryulgil is a rural locality in north-eastern New South Wales, Australia. The locality is on the Clarence River in the Clarence Valley Council local government area. It is the birthplace of Australian cricketer Jack Marsh and former boxer Tony Mundine.

Ruben Edaurdo Acosta is an Argentine professional boxer. He is the current South American super middleweight champion.

Monty Betham was a professional boxer who fought boxers such as Tony Mundine, and Lance Revill in a professional career beginning in 1973 until 1984. He is the father of former New Zealand Warriors rugby league star Monty Betham. He is also the older brother of Richard Betham, who won a bronze medal for Western Samoa in boxing at the 1978 Commonwealth Games.

Garth Wood is an Australian professional boxer and former professional rugby league footballer. Wood won the 2009/2010 Contender Boxing Series. He played rugby league for the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Balmain Tigers in the NRL.

Sean Sullivan is a professional boxer from New Zealand. He was ranked as the world's seventh best welterweight by the WBA and the IBF. Sullivan has held national titles in six weight divisions in New Zealand. Sullivan has been inactive since 2008 but has not formally announced his retirement. He was working as a debt-collector as of 2009. In 2009 he was jailed for six months for defrauding Housing New Zealand.

Steve Aczel is an Australian professional light heavy/cruiser/heavyweight boxer of the 1980s, '90s and 2000s who won the Australasian light heavyweight title, Australian light heavyweight title, Australian heavyweight title, Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation (OPBF) heavyweight title, Queensland State (Australia) heavyweight title, and Commonwealth light heavyweight title, drew with Maile Haumona for the South Pacific heavyweight title, and was a challenger for the Australian cruiserweight title against Tony Mundine, and Commonwealth cruiserweight title against Stewart Lithgo, his professional fighting weight varied from 172 lb, i.e. light heavyweight to 203 12 lb, i.e. heavyweight. He was inducted into the Australian National Boxing Hall of Fame in 2011.

Johnny Greenwood is an Australian country music singer. Greenwood recorded pop songs in London in the 1960s, before returning to record for RCA Australia. In 1973 Greenwood released a tribute single on RCA to the champion Australian boxer Tony Mundine. In the year 1975, he released his best known trucking song "Big Bill".

National Indigenous Human Rights Awards

The National Indigenous Human Rights Awards is an annual Australian awards ceremony that recognises the contribution of Indigenous Australians to human rights and social justice. It is the first national Australian award ceremony dedicated solely to Indigenous human rights achievements.

The Yugambeh-Bandjalangic peoples, are an Aboriginal Australian ethnolinguistic group identified by their use of one of more of the Yugambeh-Bundjalung languages and shared cultural practises and histories. There are roughly 15 individual groups, who together form a wider cultural bloc or polity often described as “Bundjalung” or "Three Brothers Mob".