Originally posted on Pro Boxing Fans  |  Last updated 5/16/12
Allan Green (31-1, 21 KOs) continued his war of words with Mikkel Kessler (44-2, 33 KOs) today at the final press conference in Copenhagen. Three days ahead of their WBC Light Heavyweight World Championship (Silver) clash at Denmark's famous PARKEN Stadium, Green claimed that the Viking Warrior was a long way past his prime. “He used to be a joy to watch, a great fighter, but that was before he fought Calzaghe,” the 32-year-old American stated. “He has not been the same fighter since. I don´t know if it is mental or physical wear, but he's just not been on the same level any more. Mikkel will not be worth a nickel when he will be in the ring with me. I will break his ass into two halves. I want him to be at his best on Saturday night, the best he can possibly be, and for his sake it better be enough!” Credit: Team Sauerland The Viking Warrior said he will be happy to prove ...
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