Allan Green

Knowledge Identifier: +Allan_Green


Allan Green

Professional boxer of the super middleweight division add

Category: Boxing

Born in 1979.

Countries: United States (44%), Connecticut (17%), Florida (11%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Jermain Taylor, Nevada, Edison Miranda

Linked to: Memorial Gymnasium, World Boxing Association, World Boxing Council, World Boxing Organization




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Allan Green was born in 1979 add something


During the 2002 Golden Gloves tournament Allan beat Mike Tyson's two decade old 8 second knockout record add something


Green had a stellar amateur career despite not making the Olympic Games, winning the 2002 National Golden Gloves, at 178 lbs, and compiling a 55-6 record add something


Green made his professional debut on November 9, 2002, with a one round TKO victory against Robert Dykes, in his fourth fight he outpointed Ola Afolabi add something


Green recently was forced to turn down an HBO-televised meeting with Andre Ward, who represented the U.S. in the 2004 Olympics, capturing the gold medal in the light heavyweight division add something


The one round victory earned Green the 2005 Ring Magazine knockout of the year add something


On October 14, 2006, Green brutally TKO'd former Olympian Jerson Ravelo on ESPN. add something


Anthony Bonsante - In July 2006, he was beaten by Super Middleweight prospect Allan Green on ESPN


On March 3, 2007, Green moved down to 162 pounds to face middleweight contender Edison Miranda add something


Green returned to the ring in July 2007, disposing of Darrell Woods in one round add something


On October 19, 2007 at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma, Allan Green stopped Sherwin Davis in two rounds add something


Edison Miranda - On March 3, 2007, Miranda won a unanimous decision over Allan Green at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto Rico


Allan Green defeated Rubin Williams of Detroit on January 4, 2008 add something


Green was scheduled to face Antwun Echols on February 29, 2008 as part of Friday Night Fights on ESPN2 add something


Green fought on April 25, 2009 at Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut on the under card of the Jermain Taylor vs add something


In January 2010 Jermain Taylor announced his exit from Showtime's Super Six World Boxing Classic tournament add something


However, on 25 August 2010, Kessler had to resign from the tournament suffering from an eye injury add something


Kessler was replaced by Glen Johnson to face Green November 6, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada Live on Showtime add something


Glen Johnson (boxer) - Glen Johnson defeated Allan Green by a knockout in the eighth round, on November 6, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada and with that win proceeded to the Semi-Final of the Super 6 Tournament where he faced Carl Froch for a place in the Super 6 Final and WBC world Super-Middleweight title


Mikkel Kessler - In May 2012, he fought Allan Green for the vacant WBC Silver Light Heavyweight title