Next fight of Danny Green is not determined yet.
The recent clash between Australian stars Danny Green and Anthony Mundine was a big success with both fighters securing some $3 million USD each. The Sunday Telegraph newspaper gave a financial breakdown of the revenues. The fight grossed about $11.6 million with $6.1 million from Foxtel’s pay-per-view telecast, $2.3 million from the pubs and clubs that showed the fight and more than $3 million in ticket sales. The fight attracted 26,964.
Anthony Mundine has lodged an official complaint to the Australian National Boxing Federation in an effort to get last Friday’s majority decision loss to archrival Danny Green changed to a no- decision.
Australian cruiserweight champion Danny Green Machine” Green was critical of referee Frank Garza after Anthony “The Man” Mundine connected with what he ruled an illegal punch in the first 30 seconds of the contest on Friday that rendered Green out on his feet and he was not given the five minute rest to recover which the boxer is entitled to under the rules.
Former world champion Anthony Mundine reflects on his controversial majority decision loss to Danny Green. The decision to award Green a controversial majority decision in the pair’s Adelaide Oval bout was met with widespread dismay in boxing circles. Mundine said the fact he knows in his heart that he won will matter for little as the years go by.
In a cruiserweight grudge match between former world champions, Danny “The Green Machine” Green (36-5, 28 KOs) scored a controversial ten round majority decision over Anthony “The Man” Mundine (47-8, 27 KOs) on Friday night at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, South Australia. Mundine staggered the much larger Green badly in round one with a cheap shot on the break and was deducted a point. Green had some good middle rounds, but was deducted a point in round eight. Mundine finished stronger. Scores were 94-94 and 96-94, 98-90 for Green, who avenged a 2006 loss against Mundine.