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Allan Green: I Will Break Kessler's Ass Into Two Halves!

Allan Green (31-1, 21 KOs) continued his war of words with Mikkel Kessler (44-2, 33 KOs) today at the final press conference in Copenhagen. Three days ahead of their WBC Light Heavyweight World Championship (Silver) clash at Denmark´s famous PARKEN Stadium, Green claimed that the Viking Warrior was a long way past his prime. “He used to be a joy to watch, a great fighter, but that was before he fought Calzaghe,” the 32-year-old American stated.

“He has not been the same fighter since. I don´t know if it is mental or physical wear, but he´s just not been on the same level any more. Mikkel will not be worth a nickel when he will be in the ring with me. I will break his a** into two halves. I want him to be at his best on Saturday night, the best he can possibly be, and for his sake it better be enough!”

The Viking Warrior said he will be happy to prove that he can still deliver at the highest level – a level Green has never fought at.

“Green just talks a lot,” Kessler said. “This is nothing unusual before a fight. He seems to be confident, which is good for him. He will need all his confidence on Saturday night. I´m in fantastic shape, I am ready to put on a great show. I know I can hurt Green and once I have hurt him, I will go for the KO. But I am not making any predictions about the outcome. I just know that I am going to win.”

Promoter Kalle Sauerland is looking forward to a great night at PARKEN, with Michael Buffer calling both fighters into the ring and the Champions League Final being shown on four jumbotron TV screens.

“It´s going to be great event for sports fans,” Sauerland said. “A top undercard, the Champions League Final and then Kessler versus Green. It can hardly get any better. Kessler-Green is a high-risk fight. At light heavyweight, Green can do a lot of damage, he has a lot of power, but so has Mikkel, who is the better boxer. This is going to be very exciting. I am sure Mikkel will win.”

And Jimmy Montoya, Kessler´s coach, added: “Green, I respect you as a fighter, you are a good fighter, but a much better talker. Mikkel will beat you on Saturday night.”

Anthony Wilson, Green´s coach, believes Kessler is already confused: “In the past weeks, Kessler first said he was the better boxer and Green the bigger puncher who will come at him to slug it out. Then Kessler changed his mind and said he himself had a bigger punch than Green. Kessler has got no clue what he is talking about. And he has got no clue what Allan Green will bring to the table come Saturday night.”

In the co-featured main event, Patrick Nielsen (14-0, 8 KOs) will take on Gaetano Nespro (19-8-1, 3 KOs). Polish KO machine Mateusz “The Master” Masternak (26-0, 20 KOs) comes face-to-face with Hari Miles. Torben Keller faces Yuri Pompilio, Erik Skoglund meets Pablo Sosa and Simeen Smaadal clashes with Srdjan Mihailovic.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MASTER1454 on 05-17-2012

[QUOTE=larryx2013;12133704]doesnt a ass already come in 2 halves?[/QUOTE] LMAO, yes, yes it does, LMAO [QUOTE=The Weebler II;12134005]maybe green wants to turn it into quarters[/QUOTE] He's not a butcher..... [QUOTE=tripper;12134054]easily the gayest comment of the boxing year. green is clearly a…

Comment by BattlingNelson on 05-17-2012

[QUOTE=paulf;12138122]I don't believe so. Now that GBP/Haymon have their boy running Showtime, I think we're only going to see a lot of European fighters on Epix.[/QUOTE] Kalle Sauerland said that Kessler has lost a lot of marketvalue due to him…

Comment by A-Wolf on 05-17-2012

Still amazes me how one handed Kessler has remained. I enjoy following him just to see his progress/non progress.

Comment by paulf on 05-17-2012

[QUOTE=BattlingNelson;12138115]Is this fight being shown in the US?[/QUOTE] I don't believe so. Now that GBP/Haymon have their boy running Showtime, I think we're only going to see a lot of European fighters on Epix.

Comment by BattlingNelson on 05-17-2012

Is this fight being shown in the US?

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