Danny Green v Manny Siaca Wed 14 Apr 2010 IBO Cruiserweight Weight limit 200 pounds (around 90.7kg, division between light heavyweight and heavyweight) World Title Fight - Title held by Danny Green, won 16th Aug 2009 Scheduled for 12 3-minute rounds Challenge Stadium Mt Claremont, Perth WA Doors Open : 4:30pm First Bout : 5:30pm Main Bout : 8:30pm approx Concludes : 9:30pm approx (local times, tickets from ticketmaster) This equates to an approximate Main Bout time of 10:30pm Sydney time. (It'd make sense to get to a pub that's showing it 1 or 2 hours prior the Main Bout ETA though, in case some of the prelim. fights are pretty short) --- Danny Green's official website: www.dannygreen.com.au Danny Green wiki: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Green Fox Sports Find a Venue for this event: http://www.foxsports.com.au/boxing/fight-night#green-v-siaca Pay TV Subscribers: event will cost $49.95 inc. GST (FOXTEL, OPTUS & AUSTAR) --- Danny Green: 37yo from Australia Stance: Orthodox Height: 6'1" / 185cm Record: Won 28 (25 by KO), Lost 3 (0 by KO), Drawn 0 Manny Siaca: 34yo from Puerto Rico Stance: Orthodox Height: 6'1" / 185cm Record: Won 22 (19 by KO), Lost 6 (2 by KO), Drawn 0 --- CURRENT UNDERCARD (subject to change): 6) MAIN EVENT: Danny Green (AUS) v Manny Siaca (Puerto Rico), Cruiserweight 12 Rounds 5) Will Tomlinson (AUS) v Oscar Bravo (Chile), Super Featherweight 12 Rounds 4) Naoufel Ben Rabah (Tunisia) v Solomon Egberime (AUS), Welterweight 8 Rounds 3) Zac Awad (AUS) v Jeremy Allan (AUS), Super Middleweight 6 Rounds 2) Adam Wills (AUS) v Chad Roy Naidu (AUS), Welterweight 6 Rounds 1) Matt Garlett (AUS) v Corey McConnell (AUS), Super Featherweight 4 Rounds --- NSW TAB Sportsbet odds at Tue 13 Apr: Head to Head: Green $1.14 v Siaca $5.25 Method of Result: Green by Knockout $1.67 Green by Decision $2.65 Draw $34.00 Siaca by Knockout $8.00 Siaca by Decision $12.00 --- In Danny's hometown, and with his demolition of Roy Jones Junior in Sydney on 2nd Dec 2009 in just over 2 minutes into the fight, this is looking like a somewhat one-sided affair. Once the bell goes for the 1st round however, there's a lot that can happen and you never know. Let's hope Siaca can hold his own for several rounds, and make for a good, honest fight. Go Danny Green of course regardless!