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Returning to the ring for the first time since he lost his WBA super middleweight title to Manny Siaca in May, Anthony Mundine wants to show more authority in the ring when he rematches New Zealand's Sean Sullivan on Wednesday night at the E.G. Whitlam Centre in Liverpool, Sydney. The 'Man' lost a split points decision to the hard punching Puerto Rican and is scheduled to have two warm-up fights over a five-week period before another shot at the WBA title early in 2005.
"I feel very confident," Mundine said on Tuesday at his Boxa Café in southern Sydney. "I feel like I'm hungry again for my ambitions in boxing. We have chosen this fight because we know it is going to be a good test to see where I am at. I'm not the same fighter I was two years ago. I want to prove that tomorrow night."