Ex-Rugby League Player Paul Gallen Says Aussie Boxer Lucas Browne Has 'B**ch T*ts'

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Ex-Rugby League Player Paul Gallen Says Aussie Boxer Lucas Browne Has 'B**ch T*ts'

The all-Aussie boxing bout between Paul Gallen and Lucas Browne will take place in just under two month's time.

But that lengthy wait didn't stop the two from engaging in a heated war of words during their pre-fight press conference.

And, well, it's pretty safe to say the pair don't exactly get along.

Over the past few months, ex-NRL player Gallen and former heavyweight champion Browne have exchanged pleasantries on social media.


But this time they met face-to-face in front of the media and they didn't hold back with the trash-talk - especially Gallen.

"I saw him yesterday and I didn't know whether to give him a bra or not, he's developing some b**ch t*ts," Gallen said.

"Maybe some of the supplements he's taken over the years are starting to take effect.


"My missus actually saw it said she'll give him a bra and I said 'darling, he's probably a bit too big for you those b**ch t*ts.

"I'm a little bit concerned about that, we've spoken about testing, I asked the Rose brothers to be tested today randomly throughout the preparation and obviously after the fight. Not sure what's happening there, that's up to them, but I want to be tested as much as we possibly can leading into this."

41-year-old Browne, who was infamously stripped of his world title in 2016 following a failed drug sample, insisted he's onboard with testing ahead of the bout.

"100%, I'm all for that," Browne replied.


"Since the whole drug scandal thing I've been with the WBC Clean Boxing Program the entire time. I basically have to tell them where I'm going to be at all times so that they can rock up at any time and test me.

"I have no problem with any of that.

"I love the fact they will be testing, I think it's great and I think it's great for Australian boxing just to show there are clean fighters fighting in Australia."

But the duo's fiery exchange wasn't done there.

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Credit: Instagram/@maineventtv

When asked where he fits in the history of Australian heavyweight boxing, Browne simply said: "I definitely think I'm the GOAT."

This didn't sit well with Gallen, who was quick to tell the former WBA (regular) heavyweight champion otherwise.

"He won a version of the world title," Gallen said.


"He wasn't the WBA champion at all. He won a version of a world title.

"I would liken it to a reserve grade competition in rugby league. If you win a reserve grade competition, you don't run around telling everyone you won the NRL Premiership, which is what he does."

Spicy stuff.

The bout itself is set to take place at WIN Entertainment Centre in Wollongong on April 21.

And if the explosive press conference is an early indication, then we should expect fireworks.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@ben_damon

Topics: Boxing News, Aussie, Paul Gallen, Boxing, Rugby League, nrl, Australia

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