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Sport 'I trust him, they're keen': Hall chasing SBW bout

00:51  17 february  2020
00:51  17 february  2020 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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Barry Hall, Sonny Bill Williams are posing for a picture© Getty Barry Hall, Sonny Bill Williams AFL great Barry Hall has rebuffed a potential rematch with former Cronulla Sharks skipper Paul Gallen in favour of a mega boxing bout with Sonny Bill Williams.

Hall's eyeing off a super fight with Williams once the English Super League season comes to an end.

After Hall and Gallen fought out a controversial draw late last year, Australian boxing great and promoter Danny Green, declared negotiations surrounding a rematch broke down last week.

Green told The Sunday Telegraph the former Sydney Swans premiership star will "move on and fight Sonny Bill."

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"We've spoken to (SBW's manager) Khoder (Nasser) and they're on board, Green said.

"We'll do it in Sydney later this year when Sonny Bill is available.

"I've done two previous deals with Khoder and it's always been a handshake.

"I trust him. Barry's keen, they're keen."

Before negotiations broke down, momentum was gaining on a potential rematch.

Despite all the terms being met, Green said his camp eventually decided to move on, admitting it's a "frustrating" situation that happens in the business of boxing.

"Gal's moved the goalposts," Green said.

Sonny Bill Williams wearing a black shirt© Getty Sonny Bill Williams

"Last Friday Anthony Bell spoke to him.

"He gave us four terms and we met him on all of them: the venue, the number of rounds and a couple of other things. He was about to sign.

"We made our play but we're moving on now.

"It's been frustrating but that can happen in the boxing game."

When Gallen was informed of the news to move on from a rematch, the former Shark hit out and suggested Hall would fail to sell "one-tenth" of what he could achieve in a bout with Sonny.

"I've got no idea what he's talking about," Gallen said.

"At the end of the day if it happens, it happens. I don't really care.

"I'm not fighting because I have to. I'm comfortable with my life right now.

"If he wants to run off and fight Sonny Bill, good luck to him. It would sell one-tenth of what me and Sonny would."

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