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DANNY GREEN
dannygreen.com.au, 26 Feb 2014 [cached]
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www.jocksjournal.com, 19 Sept 2014 [cached]
West Australian boxer Danny Green has traded verbal blows with Radio 6PR's Bob Maumill over the host's alleged 'sympathetic' comments about Rolf Harris.
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Green called in to the station's drive program on Wednesday to complain about Maumill's "soft line" of discussion about the Harris trial outcome the previous day.
B105s breakfast team, Labby, Stav & ...
www.themusicnetwork.com, 10 Oct 2014 [cached]
B105s breakfast team, Labby, Stav & Abby, spoke with boxer Danny Green about his 'coward's punch' TV campaign to address this current social issue.
Danny Green - DannyGreen.com.au The Official Website Of Danny Green THE GREEN MACHINE
www.dannygreen.com.au, 28 Oct 2010 [cached]
Danny Green Bio | career highlights
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Danny Green
Danny "The Green Machine" Green Danny Green - The Green Machine Danny Green - Diehard Aussie
Danny Green and brother Brendan
Danny Green beats Stipe Drews
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Green, a humble bloke from Perth's Scarborough Beach went on to capture the hearts - and the respect - of Australians by the way he fulfilled his dream to become champion of the world.
While Green displayed a frightening ferocity and explosiveness in the ring, he remained affable and easygoing outside of it.
Danny started boxing in a back shed in suburban Koondoola and it was there he began his journey to reach the top. His strong work ethic allied with his resilience to pain set the footings for an illustrious career. He was gifted with "sleeping pills" in both hands and blessed with a natural instinct for fighting.
He achieved his goals as an amateur by winning various state, national and oceanic titles and competing in the 1998 Commonwealth Games before reaching the pinnacle of his amateur career - fighting at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Green turned professional under former three time world champion Jeff Fenech and demolished all in front him winning his first 16 fights by KO.
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Green lost the world title in an agonisingly close points decision in his rematch with Beyer in 2005.
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Green formed a new team, continued walking tall and set up the fight that stopped a nation against the outspoken Anthony Mundine.
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Unfortunately, Green lost on points but he won many new fans with the dignified and respectful manner in which he accepted defeat.
Green's resilience and his self belief shone through again when he made the long, overdue jump in weight to the light heavy division. He knocked out three top 15 world ranked opponents to set up his dream fight- the WBA light heavyweight world title in his backyard- Perth. In what was his most clinical display, Green dominated the champion Stipe Drews to claim the title and to once again enter the history books.
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Green was in the prime of his life, at the peak of his career but he woke up on Easter Sunday 2008, rang his family, called a press conference and shocked everyone!
Part of Green's appeal is his eloquence, and his ability to articulate about the paths in life he has taken; the heartbreaking setbacks he has overcome and the almighty sacrifices he has made to become a world champion in the most brutal of sports.
Danny Green has been on an incredible journey. He has some amazing stories to tell - including being locked in a cage with six lions and surfing alongside a shark.
Green is happy to share his experiences with your clients where past experiences prove he will leave them feeling inspired, perhaps humbled or ready to don the gloves!
Danny Green - Champion of the World
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Representing Australia in Kuala Lumpur, Danny Green became the first West Australian to ever win a Commonwealth Games boxing match.
2000 Sydney Olympics
Representing Australian boxing at the Sydney 2004 Olympic Games, Danny Green became the first West Australian to ever win an Olympic boxing match.
Fatherhood in February 2002
Danny Green rates the birth of his daughter, Chloe Elizabeth, in February 2002 as his greatest personal achievement.
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Danny Green's first world title fight and controversial loss to Marcus Beyer in Germany.
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Danny Green participates in the biggest fight in Australian boxing history against fellow Australian Anthony Mundine. Green loses 12 round point's decision in the WBA super middle weight world title eliminator.
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Danny Green defeats Stipe Drews to become the WBA Light Heavy weight WORLD CHAMPION.
December 2009
Danny Green carves his name in boxing history with a stunning TKO victory over boxing legend Roy Jones Jnr.
Danny Green - DannyGreen.com.au The Official Website Of Danny Green THE GREEN MACHINE
dannygreen.com.au, 29 May 2010 [cached]
Danny Green Bio
...
Danny Green
Danny "The Green Machine" Green Danny Green - The Green Machine Danny Green - Diehard Aussie
Danny Green and brother Brendan
Danny Green beats Stipe Drews
...
Green, a humble bloke from Perth's Scarborough Beach went on to capture the hearts - and the respect - of Australians by the way he fulfilled his dream to become champion of the world.
While Green displayed a frightening ferocity and explosiveness in the ring, he remained affable and easygoing outside of it.
Danny started boxing in a back shed in suburban Koondoola and it was there he began his journey to reach the top. His strong work ethic allied with his resilience to pain set the footings for an illustrious career. He was gifted with "sleeping pills" in both hands and blessed with a natural instinct for fighting.
He achieved his goals as an amateur by winning various state, national and oceanic titles and competing in the 1998 Commonwealth Games before reaching the pinnacle of his amateur career - fighting at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Green turned professional under former three time world champion Jeff Fenech and demolished all in front him winning his first 16 fights by KO.
...
Green lost the world title in an agonisingly close points decision in his rematch with Beyer in 2005.
...
Green formed a new team, continued walking tall and set up the fight that stopped a nation against the outspoken Anthony Mundine.
...
Unfortunately, Green lost on points but he won many new fans with the dignified and respectful manner in which he accepted defeat.
Green's resilience and his self belief shone through again when he made the long, overdue jump in weight to the light heavy division. He knocked out three top 15 world ranked opponents to set up his dream fight- the WBA light heavyweight world title in his backyard- Perth. In what was his most clinical display, Green dominated the champion Stipe Drews to claim the title and to once again enter the history books.
...
Green was in the prime of his life, at the peak of his career but he woke up on Easter Sunday 2008, rang his family, called a press conference and shocked everyone!
Part of Green's appeal is his eloquence, and his ability to articulate about the paths in life he has taken; the heartbreaking setbacks he has overcome and the almighty sacrifices he has made to become a world champion in the most brutal of sports.
Danny Green has been on an incredible journey. He has some amazing stories to tell - including being locked in a cage with six lions and surfing alongside a shark.
Green is happy to share his experiences with your clients where past experiences prove he will leave them feeling inspired, perhaps humbled or ready to don the gloves!
Danny Green - Champion of the World
...
Representing Australia in Kuala Lumpur, Danny Green became the first West Australian to ever win a Commonwealth Games boxing match.
2000 Sydney Olympics
Representing Australian boxing at the Sydney 2004 Olympic Games, Danny Green became the first West Australian to ever win an Olympic boxing match.
Fatherhood in February 2002
Danny Green rates the birth of his daughter, Chloe Elizabeth, in February 2002 as his greatest personal achievement.
...
Danny Green's first world title fight and controversial loss to Marcus Beyer in Germany.
...
Danny Green participates in the biggest fight in Australian boxing history against fellow Australian Anthony Mundine. Green loses 12 round point's decision in the WBA super middle weight world title eliminator.
...
Danny Green defeats Stipe Drews to become the WBA Light Heavy weight WORLD CHAMPION.
December 2009
Danny Green carves his name in boxing history with a stunning TKO victory over boxing legend Roy Jones Jnr.
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