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Lucas Browne Makes Extraordinary Claim He Did NOT Lose To Paul Gallen In His Shock Loss

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Lucas Browne extraordinarily claims he did NOT lose to Paul Gallen as heavyweight veteran insists he had ‘no balance’ before brutal KO from being hit FIVE times in the back of the head

  • Lucas Browne was stopped in the first round in April last year by Paul Gallen
  • But the 43-year-old refuses to label the fight against the ex NRL star as a loss
  • Browne claimed Gallen hit him on the back of the head several times
  • ‘Big Daddy’ will be back in the ring against Kiwi star Junior Fa . on Sunday

Lucas Browne has refused to describe his shocking defeat to Paul Gallen as a loss and has accused the NRL of resorting to illegal tactics.

The former Cronulla captain delivered a huge shock in April last year, stopping Browne in the first round of their Wollongong fight to give ‘Big Daddy’ only the third loss of his professional career.

However, Browne refuses to admit the loss and insists that Gallen delivered a series of cheap shots during the fight.

Lucas Browne (right) insists he doesn’t consider his defeat to Paul Gallen (left) a loss

“I don’t count the loss of Gallen that much because he hit me five times behind the head,” Browne told Fox Sports.

“Then he hit my eardrum. I was actually fighting cross-eyed so I didn’t know what was going on.

“It’s not that I was knocked out, it’s that I had no balance. I cannot, so to speak, regard that as a loss.’

Browne will be back in the ring on Sunday against Kiwi star Junior Fa at Marvel Stadium, on the undercard of the world title fight between George Kambosos and Devin Haney.

The NRL great caused a major upset when he stopped Browne on the first lap last year

The NRL great caused a major upset when he stopped Browne on the first lap last year

But Browne accused his opponent of resorting to cheap shots during the fight

But Browne accused his opponent of resorting to cheap shots during the fight

The 43-year-old claimed he was not a KOd but simply slipped because he had no balance

The 43-year-old claimed he was not a KOd but simply slipped because he had no balance

The 43-year-old (30-3, 26KO) knows he’s in the final stretch of his career, but he’s determined to bend for a climax.

“You don’t want to be remembered for your last bullfights,” he said.

“You don’t want to be remembered for your c****y fights where people say you should have stopped three fights ago.

“I want to go out with a win. Whatever happens, I want to come out with a win.’

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