Danny Green moves up to light heavy in style


Danny Green moves up to light heavy in style

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Danny Green TKO2 Paul Murdoch... Danny Green disposed of Paul Murdoch in a second-round technical knockout. In his outing as a light heavyweight, the "Green Machine" dominated from the outset, knocking Murdoch down in the first and second rounds in Melbourne, Australia on Sunday. The referee stopped the bout 65 seconds into the second round. A crowd of over 3,000 witnessed Green, 23-3, overwhelm Murdoch, 26-7-1, with aggression from the moment the bout started. source: sydney morning herald

Barry Morrison W12 Lenny Daws... While Ricky Hatton and Junior Witter won their world title fights on Saturday, there was one shake-up on the British light welterweight scene as Barry Morrison upset Lenny Daws by controversial split decision to take Daws British championship away. Daws, a Londoner fighting in his hometown, found himself on the wrong end of a decision to a Morrison, a Scotsman. Morrison started strong, but Daws came on late, only to lose a split decision much ti the chagrin of his many fans. Morrison and Daws now have identical 14-1 pro records and a rematch would seem to be in order. source: the sportinglife

Darnell Wilson TKO2 Dale Brown... Former contender Dale Brown was TKO'd by Darnell Wilson just after the start of the second round of their cruiserweight bout in Edmonton, Canada. Wilson floored Brown (35-6-1) late in the opening round with a seven-punch flurry and again in the second round with a right hand that convinced the referee to end the bout. Wilson, (20-5-3) is on a nice run after being in danger of falling to opponent status. Wilson dropped down from heavyweight to cruiser and now has two respectable wins in a row: Daniel Judah and Brown. source: edmonton sun.

Marco Huck W12 Ismail Abdoul... On the Valuev-McCline undercard in Switzerland, cruiserweight contender Marco Huck won a lopsided points victory over Ismail Abdoul. Captain Huck was ahead on all three scorecards by 118-110 as he went twelve rounds for the first time in his career. Coach Ulli Wegner was full of praise for the undefeated 22-year-old (18-0, 14 KOs). "He did a great job", said Wegner. "This experience will help him in his development." source: sauerland press release