Barry Hall fires back to Paul Gallen after he & # 39; Noodles & # 39; is called – throws the rugby league star with a cheeky sleigh over his new book
- Paul Gallen nicknamed opponent Barry Hall & # 39; nods & # 39; for boxing match
- Gallen said it was & # 39; shameful & # 39; was that they would fight for two minutes during the match
- Hall released on Gallen on Instagram after he got the nickname
Barry Hall is beaten back by Paul Gallen after the Cronulla Sharks legend told him & # 39; Noodles & # 39; mentioned for their cross-code boxing clash.
Gallen announced the nickname during the launch for his autobiography Heart and Soul on Monday, and explained that the nickname was inspired by Hall & # 39; s refusal to fight three minutes of rounds.
& # 39; Barry refuses to fight three-minute laps. We fight every two minutes. So I have the nickname & # 39; & # 39; two minute noodles & # 39; & # 39; Gallen said.
Hall shot back on Thursday with its own sled.
& # 39; Judging from Paul Gallen's last attempt to talk about trash … I wouldn't be surprised if his new book is written in chalk & # 39 ;, Hall published on Instagram.
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Barry Hall (photo on the right with wife Lauren Brant) shot back at Paul Gallen after nicknamed & # 39; Noodles & # 39; had received
Hall hit the rugby league star with a cheeky sleigh on Instagram (photo) after he & # 39; Noodles & # 39; had received
Gallen fights Hall in the boxing ring at the Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne on November 15.
Hall hit the rugby league star with a cheeky sleigh after he was branded with his nickname.
& # 39; I am a serious hunter and prepared. Two minutes of noodles can be the food for him after this fight! & # 39; he wrote on Instagram.
He then took a stab at Gallen & # 39; s previous boxing fights, suggesting that his victories were due to mismatches.
Gallen said that Hall & # 39; s requirement for two-minute rounds & # 39; shameful & # 39; was and found the decision & # 39; disappointing & # 39 ;.
"This fight has been talked about two or three years, so it's not like he just started training," Gallen said.
& # 39; Everything is to his advantage. He is six feet six, large long range, can puncture me, and he goes to work for two minutes and then gets a minute of rest. It is not correct. & # 39;
Gallen (right) fights Hall (left) in the boxing ring at the Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne on November 15
It will be Hall & # 39; s first professional fight, but Gallen says the two-minute rounds will work to his advantage.
& # 39; I have sent, emailed, promoters repeatedly calling, & # 39; said Gallen.
& # 39; I'm here to win. I try not to sit here and apologize, I am more annoyed that other people in the boxing area do not seem to like me fighting or other people fighting for whatever reason.
& # 39; If they see us fighting two-minute rounds, I understand. It is humiliating. I don't think it's right. I'm still going to win the fight. Whether I knock him out or do what I have to do for six rounds, I will win. I just think it must be a real fight for a big event. & # 39;
Gallen has confirmed that he will not pursue a career in boxing after the Hall game despite hanging up the boots with Cronulla in September.
However, he has long spoken of his desire to fight against former NRL and rugby union champion Sonny Bill Williams, and would seize the opportunity to get in the ring with him.
& # 39; The Sonny Bill one, that's the one we want. I do hospital visits, school visits, company visits, lunches, two weeks in the UK, everywhere I went they were asked. Everywhere I go. I'm not the one to ask, it's him, & he said.
& # 39; It would just be a spectacle and a professional event. I just want to give people what they want to see. & # 39;
Gallen (photo left with wife Anne) said Hall's claim for two-minute rounds & # 39; shameful & # 39; was and found the decision & # 39; disappointing & # 39;
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