Dallas boxer Charles Hatley won the WBC Silver title after an 11th round technical knockout over Anthony Mundine in Melbourne, Australia.
Dallas boxer Charles Hatley won the WBC Silver title after an 11th round technical knockout over Anthony Mundine in Melbourne, Australia. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram
Dallas boxer Charles Hatley won the WBC Silver title after an 11th round technical knockout over Anthony Mundine in Melbourne, Australia. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram

Dallas’ Hatley drops Mundine to take WBC Silver super welterweight title

November 11, 2015 12:18 PM

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  • Mission Arlington prepares for holiday hunger crisis

    Executive Director Tillie Burgin says the group plans to distribute as many as 4,000 Thanksgiving meals in the Arlington area. "Some people don’t have a stove so we’ll take them a hot meal”. (Special to the Star-Telegram/Bob Booth)