By Craig Watt
Former WBA light-heavyweight and interim WBC super-middleweight champion Danny Green (25-3, 22 KOs) told Australian radio station 6PR Radio yesterday that he would make an announcement about his ring return by the end of February. He stated on air, “I will have a decision within the next month whether I am going to scrap it and stay retired, or whether I decide to step back in the ring. There has been so much talk about a re-match with Anthony Mundine that I must make a decision – once and for all.” It is rumoured that the previous $5m offer for “The Green Machine” to take on Mundine (34-3, 23 KOs) was re-iterated by Team Mundine, as recently as two weeks ago and that Green has been sparring in Perth to see if he still wants to continue in the sport in 2009. Former two time WBA 168 pound champion Mundine takes on fellow Aussie Shannon Taylor in Sydney on February 11th and given the first Green-Mundine fight generated over $10m in Australia, many predict that the fight will be inked in 2009, possibly after Danny Green completes a couple of warm up bouts.