Danny Green

Danny Green "The Mean Machine"

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Danny Green Biography

The Green Machine is the likeable larrikin that grew up in The West's beach side suburb of Doubleview. With Mum Maria, Dad Mal, brother Brendan and sister's Sharni and Narelle life was never dull. Sport has always played a huge part in the family's life with Brendan being an Australian Rules Football premiership player for Claremont and being selected in the West Coast Eagles playing squad.

Danny's father Mal coached his junior team Marist to 3 premierships with Danny being described kindly "as a diminutive rover with heaps of courage". Players of the ilk of Molly, Jimmy, Trants, Davo, Jezza, Heads and Benny ensured there was never a dull moment for Mal.

During this time Danny was actively involved in kick boxing and martial arts. He then took up boxing at the late age of 18 when attending a pre season training session with his brother with Pat Develerz who then went on to train him during his amateur career. Danny won numerous state titles before moving to the AIS to train for the Commonwealth Games and Olympics.

His adventures then took him to Canada with partner (now wife) Nina. After the 2000 Olympics he was approached by triple world champion Jeff Fenech to turn professional. That he did, and what an impact he has had since!

As they say, the rest is history! He quickly advanced through the ranks and within 3 years fought for and controversially lost, then won the WBC Super Middleweight World Title. The Team Fenech knockout artist is the new WBC Interim super middleweight world champion after an impressive stoppage win in Montreal, Canada on December 20. This fight came after a controversial disqualification loss to WBC super middleweight champion Markus Beyer in Germany in August 2003. A Green-Beyer rematch is now scheduled for March 12 in Zwickau Germany. The tall hard hitting golden boy of Australia boxing.

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