Danny Green will look to get back into the hunt on November 30. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)
Danny Green won't be getting an immediate rematch with Antonio Tarver, but will be fighting for a major cruiserweight title in his next bout.
The 38-year-old Aussie will have home field advantage in Mt Claremont when he faces WBC titlist Krzysztof Wlodarczyk at Challenge Stadium on November 30.
Green (31-4, 27 KO) was dominated by Tarver on July 20, dropping his lightly-regarded IBO title via stoppage after nine rounds. He was never truly in the fight save for a single round where his heavy hands did seem to bother Tarver, but other than that he was just thoroughly outboxed.
Wlodarczyk (45-2-1, 32 KO) was in negotiations recently to face fellow titlist Marco Huck, but those talks fell apart. The 29-year-old Pole has looked a bit off in recent fights against fringe contenders Jason Robinson and Francisco Palacios. Outside of a single fight in Italy, Wlodarczyk has not fought outside of Poland since 2005, and he's fought away from his home country just four times in his career.