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Paul Gallen and Justin Hodges to fight in boxing match, State of Origin bet, location

Former NSW boss Paul Galen has agreed to fight former Queensland star Justin Hodgson, but there is still something to agree on before a deal can be reached.

On Wednesday night, Hodgs’ unanimous decision was made by former Queensland team-mate Ben Hannet over a 4-1 win over Matthias Ruda to move 4-1 into his career and immediately called the Blues legend.

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Galen is 12-2-1 after winning two of his last three matches against Justus Honi and Chris Terzevsky in the Australian Heavyweight Championship in 10 rounds and online.

The incredible strength of the former NRL star, who has turned into a legal boxer, is always on display.

Speaking after the war, Hodgs played a blockbuster on Gallen.

“If people in Queensland want to see me knock on the dirty cock,” says Hodges.

“I know Gal has more experience than I do, but I will jump, I will not give as ***. I do not know how long I will stay, but if I do, I will sleep. ”

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But before the pen hits, the pair are waiting for the winner of this year’s series and the winner is expected to prepare for the tournament.

Earlier in the week, Galen told the Daily Telegraph: “I fight him every day of the week.

“Let’s bet because he brought Origen to him now.

“If NSW wins, we will fight in NSW, but if Queensland wins, I will go to two cities and bring it there.”

And during an interview with Hodgson, Galen called 4BC radio and backed him up with “Paul from Cronula.”

“Do you really want to fight Paul Gallen?” Laughing, he could not continue his deception.

Galen praised Hannibal and Hodgs for joining the ring and said there was much hope from the crowd.

“I’ve had a few fights and I’ve never paid much attention, especially on social media.

“The number of people who wanted me to fight Hodgson – was amazing. I am talking hundreds and hundreds of personal messages today.

I have to say, just like with me, it’s 50-50 – half want to see me get rid of him, half want to see me excluded.

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“If[the advertisers]fight to the limit, I’ll be there, no doubt.”

Hodges added that it was clear he could be punched. Galen confirmed the bet, adding: “If Queensland wins, I will go to two capitals. But you get here.

Hodgs said he had entered.

“Gal and I are good teammates, we are pedestrians,” he began. “At the end of the day, if everyone wants to see us fight, then we punch and drink beer. It has always been that way with us. ”

By July 13, the starting point will be a little more online.

The Blues and Marons will play Game 3 in Brisbane on July 13, doubling the venue for the clash between Galen and Hodgs.

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