Anthony Mundine says Jeff Horn's trainer may get the ex-world boxing champion hurt if they pursue plans to earn a re-match with American Terence Crawford.
Horn's trainer Glenn Rushton revealed their camp was still seething over the way the Australian lost his WBO world welterweight belt to Crawford in June, insisting the fight was called off too early by officials.
Editor's Picks Mundine confirms Horn fight is his last Mundine's catchweight bout against Horn is due to bring a close to his 18-year career.
Considered the world's best pound for pound boxer, Crawford dominated Horn to earn a ninth-round stoppage victory at Las Vegas - the Australian's first career loss.
However Mundine believed Rushton's attitude may get Horn hurt, saying Crawford outclassed the Australian "pretty badly" in their June bout and was never going to lose the fight.