Allan Green Withdraws From Eleider Alvarez Contest

By Luke Furman

Accoriding to event matchmaker Sean Gibbons, light heavyweight contender Allan Green (32-4, 22KOs) has withdrawn from tonight's ESPN televised card. On Thursday he was six pounds over the contract limit of 180-pounds for his fight with undefeated prospect Eleider Alvarez (12-0, 8KOs) at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut. Green came in at 186-pounds, while Alvarez was two pounds under the limit at 178. Green was ordered to give up 20% of his purse, $3,000 dollars, to Alvarez. Green claimed food poisoning as the reason for his withdrawal.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by antrecasner on 07-05-2013

One of the most unprofessional fighters I have ever seen. And always has a excuse for it too.

Comment by HeroBando on 07-05-2013

[QUOTE=Russian Crushin;13533849]Good news is Joan Guzman's record of 9 pounds over is still intact! :fing02:[/QUOTE] Nope, Guzman wishes. All of his together doesnt add up to this, the Overweight GOAT Shawn Estrada: [url][/url] [quote]Estrada (14-0, 12 KO) battered Woods (9-4,…

Comment by Russian Crushin on 07-05-2013

Good news is Joan Guzman's record of 9 pounds over is still intact! :fing02:

Comment by .:: JSFD26 ::. on 07-05-2013

50's birthday bash is falling apart slowly. First Luis Olivares and now Green. Oh and btw... f*ck Allan Green. [SIZE="1"][I]Posted from App for Android[/I][/SIZE]

Comment by UL1210 on 07-05-2013

wasn't this 50's first attempt at a solo promotion? It blew up in his face.

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