Found October 17, 2013 on The Queensbury Rules:
PLAYERS: Allan Green
Allan Green shocked nobody by putting in a lacklustre performance against Australian's Blake Caparello in Melbourne on Thursday. Green (32-5, 22 KO), who came in 6lb over the light heavyweight limit, never wanted to fight and lost a fittingly wide unanimous decision. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say the high point of the fight was when referee Phil Austin tripped over Caparello (18-0-1, KO 6) in the 11th round. Sadly, it was the only knockdown. Caparello, a tall and awkward southpaw, didn't have the power or the inclination to hurt Green, while Green was, well, himself. He spent most of the time between rounds looking like he was about to burst into tears. To be honest, I feel a bit sorry for Caparello. This was meant to be his big night (and it was, for all my jokes, a big step up for him) and he was given an opponent who just didn't care enough to even make an effort. He'd probably look much better against a more active fighter. Whether he can make...
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