Bodybuilder Rambo Gunz vs. pro boxer Allan Green – gets bloody
For many unaware people out there, bodybuilding and having big muscles is synonymous with fighting ability but what we see in this video is that can’t be further from the truth.
In the video below, we see a bodybuilder who goes by the name of Rambo Gunz TRY to fight pro boxer, Allan Green, and while you’ve got to give him some credit for his bravery, he gets absolutely destroyed here which really should come as no surprise.
If you don’t know just who Allan Green is, he is the former NABO super middleweight champion and is a very talented and powerful fighter. He burst onto the scene in 2005 with his brutal 18-second over Jaidon Codrington which earned him Ring Magazine’s Knockout of the Year.
Green was just a notch below the guys at the very top, though, and it really shows you just how tough and brutal the sport of boxing really is when such a talented guy like Green comes up short against the top guys like Mikkel Kessler, Andre Ward, and Glen Johnson.
So check out the video below to see Green bloody up the bodybuilder here displaying that technique and experience is way more important than having big muscles which are really just for show.
ABOUT ALLAN GREEN:
Allan Lamar Green (born September 20, 1979) is an American professional boxer. He is a former NABO super middleweight champion and has challenged for world titles at both super middleweight and light heavyweight. Green had a stellar amateur career despite not making the Olympic Games, winning the 2002 National Golden Gloves, at 178 lbs, and compiling a 55-6 record. He also was five-time Oklahoma state champion, and four-time regional champion, before coming pro at age 23. It was perhaps Green’s second appearance on ShoBox that gained notoriety for his blistering eighteen second KO victory against Jaidon Codrington. Green stunned Codrington and pinned him to the ropes, then threw brutal combinations before finishing with a left hook to the chin. The punch knocked Codrington unconscious and he fell through the ropes. The one round victory earned Green the 2005 Ring Magazine Knockout of the year. [Source: Wiki]