Originally written on Pro Boxing Fans  |  Last updated 6/29/14

TUNICA, MS - FEBRUARY 20: Joe Greene (L) lands a puch on the face of Andre Dirrell during the United States Olympic Team Boxing Trials on February 20, 2004 at Tunica Arena and Exhibition Center in Tunica Mississippi. Dirrell defeated Greene in a decision. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
Junior middleweight contender "Mean" Joe Greene (23-1, 15 KOs) returned to action on Saturday by scoring a TKO 6 over durable veteran William "Pete" Johnson. Fighting at the Grand Ballroom at Fitzgerald's Hotel & Casino in Tunica, Mississippi, Greene showed no rust from his time off, throwing over 100 punches per round and finally getting the TKO at 2:16. It was the perfect tune-up for Greene who was making his first appearance since suffering his first loss in June 2010, a unanimous decision against Vanes Martirosyan. "Joe looked sensational tonight and showed no ring rust whatsoever. He was in terrific shape and looked as sharp as ever against a tough guy who was determined to make the final bell," said Greene's promoter, Greg Cohen of Greg Cohen Promotions. "We couldn't be happier with his performance. Clearly, he's got his focus back and is once again an extremely dangerous threat to any other junior middleweight in the world." Cohen says the 25-year-old sout...
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