Photos: Green Hits Denmark, Vows To Punish Kesser

Allan Green has arrived in Denmark. One week before his WBC Light Heavyweight World Championship (Silver) showdown with Mikkel Kessler (44-2, 33 KOs) at PARKEN Stadium, the 32-year-old American (31-3, 21 KOs) and his coach Anthony Wilson landed at Copenhagen airport.

“I am here to beat Mikkel Kessler and take the belt home,” Green said when meeting crews and photographers upon his arrival. “I plan to put a lot of hurt on him. I have seen almost all of his fights, there is nothing he can do to surprise me. I know what to expect.”

Green is very satisfied with his preparation in America: “I have been training hard and everything has been coming together nicely. I have the energy and the power to put him into a lot of trouble. What that means, Kessler will find out the hard way on May 19. He will go down.”

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by #1Assassin on 05-13-2012

greens only chance of winning is to take kessler out early because once he feels kesslers power he will fold himself as usual. kessler is durable though, a decent boxer can outbox him quite easily but hes very hard to…

Comment by cupocity303 on 05-12-2012

[SIZE="3"]I'm still a Allan Green fan, even after the undressing's. But this is disgraceful from Team Kessler. This guy couldn't get a title shot for years, when he was coming off hot wins. Now that he has been exposed and…

Comment by New England on 05-12-2012

green's going to get stopped in the middle of the fight might make it ten, but i doubt it. he looks a bit drawn even at 175 if he wasnt going to get killed he might want to think about…

Comment by SergioMaravilla on 05-12-2012

I wish Allan Green all the best, he seems like a genuine guy. However, Kessler is too skilled and too powerful for him, Green will get KO'd in around the 8th round. Allan Green is a warrior though, he'll fight…

Comment by damned1974 on 05-12-2012

[QUOTE=rzagza;12118388]The only thing Green is going to pound in Denmark is his weiner.[/QUOTE] lmfao!!! Are you the same rzagza who frequents Dwyer's youtube page?

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