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I know that I'm going way out on a limb here, but why not? I'm fairly certain that despite Mosley's poor showing over the years, he's still going to stay in the fight game. A reason I think so, he's going to need to find some way to keep paying off ex-wife Jin and maintaining his life. His Pacquiao money is good, but won't last him for long.
He might pull a Hatton and officially announce his retirement two years after his last fight. I still think he has boxing on his mind though, as he recently visited Top Rank lightweight Mercito "No Mercy" Gesta to spar with him and his son, Shane Mosley, Jr.
We all know he's past his prime and in the downhill of his career. Why try and put him in a big-name money fight if we know he's going to lose? If he doesn't retire, he'll eventually become a stepping stone for rising boxers.
It's unfair to say Mosley is done yet considering his last three fights. If you look back, his two losses came against two of the best fighters P4P today, and his draw came against Sergio Mora, a man who usually fights middleweight and is now moving up to super middleweight.
Zavec can be there to help decide where Mosley will take his career. Zavec has people talking about him now and I'd welcome a fight between the two. Mosley may not have the speed and countering abilities of the past, but he still has the power to hurt his opponents.
Also, Zavec can use a name to add to his career, and what name would be better to add than the infamous Shane Mosley.