Paul Gallen has vowed to hunt revenge on Justis Huni subsequent week after the Olympic medal hopeful was a no show at an enormous occasion.
Paul Gallen has vowed to hunt revenge on Justis Huni subsequent week after the Olympic medal hopeful did not show as much as promote their struggle throughout final evening’s State of Origin series-opener.
Gallen (11-0-1, 6 KOs) will touch gloves with Huni (4-0, 3 KOs) on June 16 at Sydney’s Worldwide Conference Centre.
Huni, a Queensland native, was seen earlier within the week hanging out with the Maroons enjoying group however was a no-show on sport day, which has left the previous Cronulla Shark fuming.
Gallen stated the pair missed out on a golden alternative to advertise subsequent week’s struggle, with the media within the lead-up to Origin Sport One left feeling “bored”.
“He did not flip up, I used to be very dissatisfied in that,” Gallen advised 2GB’s Broad World of Sports activities radio.
“I believed it was an important alternative. Let me let you know, the media all day yesterday had been bored.
“All of the media yesterday went to Magnetic Island as a result of they’d nothing else to do.
“Justis Huni would not come up, it could’ve been an impressive alternative to advertise the struggle. Everybody in Townsville knew about it, however he wasn’t up there.
“It was disappointing. The Blues touched the Queenslanders up, I’ll contact him up subsequent week.”