Originally written on Fight Hub TV  |  Last updated 9/25/14

INDIANAPOLIS - JULY 20: Shane Mosley exchanges jabs with Vernon Forrest during their WBC welterweight championship fight on July 20, 2002 at the Conseco Fieldhouse arena in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
This is the face of a person who gets $300,000 for doing absolutely nothing. With concerns being raised to whether or not former three-division champ Shane Mosley should continue to fight or not, it turns out those concerned with Mosley fighting on have no need to worry tomorrow, as Mosley has pulled out of his bout with Anthony Mundine according to ESPN. Citing breach of contract, Mosley was upset that a $300,000 advanced payment of  the $1 million he was to be paid for the bout was tardy being put into escrow by Millennium Events promoter Vlad Warton. Mosley will keep the $300,000 despite not even making it to the bout, as it was non-refundable according to Golden Boy Promotions. Mosley was already in Australia for the bout, but promptly headed back to the U.S. once the issues over money occurred. He was upset about the a happenings and was hoping to show his doubters that he still had some fight left in him against Mundine. Mosley told ESPN.com: I’m very disappointed with this tu...
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