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Sport Gold Coast Titans prop Jarrod Wallace to make boxing debut on Mundine-Parr undercard

07:25  10 october  2019
07:25  10 october  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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The Gold Coast Titans are located on the Gold Coast , in South East Queensland, Australia. Also known as the Titans , Gold Coast play out of Cbus Super Gold Coast Titans player Jarrod Wallace confirms he will make his boxing debut on Mundine v Wayne Parr undercard - Gold Coast Bulletin.

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Queensland State of Origin and Gold Coast Titans prop Jarrod Wallace will become the latest NRL star to make a boxing debut when laces up the gloves on the undercard to Anthony Mundine's fight with John Wayne Parr next month.

Mundine and Australian combat sport veteran Parr will fight on November 30 at Cbus Super Stadium on the Gold Coast.

Wallace, who has played six games for the Maroons over the past three years, confirmed the news on Instagram.

"It’s official, on the 30th of November @cbussuper.stadium I am going to be having my first pro fight in the undercard of the Mundine vs John Wayne Parr match!" he wrote.

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Gold Coast , QLD. Nickname: J-Wall. Debut Club: Brisbane Broncos. Wallace is a workhorse in the middle for the Titans ' and his consistent form earned him another Maroons call-up in 2018. His work-rate can never be questioned and with the addition of Shannon Boyd to the roster, Wallace will look to

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"Bit of a change up to what I’m used to, but I’m very thankful to have good coaches and some very concerned little eyes watching over me while I get ready for the event ."

Wallace has been training at NTG FIght & Fitness in Logan. The gym has also been frequented by Anthony Mundine and MMA's Tafa brothers.

The rep star doesn't have an opponent yet, but promoters DDP Sports Management are looking for a local AFL player to set up a clash of codes style bout.

The match will come two weeks before retired Cronulla Sharks captain Paul Gallen fights AFL legend Barry Hall in Melbourne.

Wallace has been in training for the past two weeks, shunning a post-season trip to get padwork and sparring in.

The 28-year-old hopes his boxing training comes in handy by the time his footy preseason rolls around, and is looking forward to challenging himself outside a football pitch.

Wallace has played 135 NRL matches since debuting for the Broncos in 2012.

After 73 games in five seasons at Brisbane, he signed with the Titans, so far playing 62 games.

Wallace made his Origin debut for Queensland in 2017, playing in games two and three as the Maroons took the trophy north of the Tweed.

He played all three matches last year in a losing effort but was dropped for the 2019 decider after playing in a losing effort in game two.

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