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Nedal ``Skinny’’ Hussein, the power-punching Aussie who famously dropped Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao with a straight left, still hopes for a world title rematch with his celebrated rival.
And according to one of the world’s leading boxing officials, the heavy punching Sydney fighter still has the power to win a world title.
Hussein, 29, pictured, who has been a pro for 10 years and is 42-4 (26 KOs), returns to the ring on Friday night after an absence of eight months when he tackles Indonesian Moses Seran (19-6, 9 KOs) at Club Marconi, Bossley Park in Sydney.
On the same card, Hussein’s older brother, Hussein Hussein, 31, the WBC’s No.2 ranked flyweight, faces Indonesian Anis Ceunfin (9-4-5, 3 KOs).
 

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Pacquiao has moved on, and improved a tremendous amount. I doubt this guy who fought him in 2000 would last more than a couple of rounds. Its irrelevant anyways, because he aint getting a shot at Pac.
 
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