News broke this week that Carl Froch could be tempted into a return to the ring for a super fight with Gennady Golovkin. The Nottingham man hasn't been seen in the ring since May 2014 and could of been out the ring for 3 years before the fight goes ahead.
Trainer Rob McCracken has said that his fighter Carl Froch (33-2, 24 KOs) is currently looking at what options he has available having seen a potential fight with Chavez Jr fall apart, Froch sustained an injury in the gym which has now put that fight on the back-burner for now. But
Carl Froch has decided to vacate one of his super-middleweight world titles; he has relinquished the IBF version of the belt which will now see James DeGale fight for the vacant title on April 25th at the O2 Arena in London.
Froch won the belt in May 2012 when he beat
Carl Froch has been ordered by the IBF to start negotiations with James DeGale or risk losing the belt. If Carl’s team fail to come to an agreement by the end of January his mandatory challenger James DeGale will be free to face American Andre Dirrell for the title.
Carl Froch has indicated that if his promoter Eddie Hearn is unable to secure a fight against Julio Chavez Jr in Las Vegas, he could walk away from Boxing and retire.
Since his knockout win against George Groves in May, the 37-year-old has thought about retiring since that stunning stoppage.
Froch insists that
The 2014 Sports Personality of the Year award may not take centre stage until the 14th December in Glasgow but the list of contenders up for the prestigious award is hotting up nicely following another sizzling summer of sport.
It is safe to say that no England football players feature on
Fighter of the year so far - Terence Crawford
Honourable mentions must go to both Manny Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto who defeated opponents rated in the top ten P4P with relative ease. Perhaps Sergio Martinez was too injured to offer resistance but having Cotto back at the top-level is welcome.
Now that Carl Froch has dispatched with George Groves and seems set to travel Stateside to cement his legacy, let us take a look back at the best victories from the career of a fighter who has possibly had the toughest run of fights of any fighter of the modern
Unfinished Business has now become Finished Business. With a peach of right hand Carl Froch dispelled any doubt about the outcome of his epochal fight with George Groves.
Froch yet again confirmed he is the second best Super Middleweight on the planet and we are still a little uncertain of where
Last year prior too November the general public had no idea who George Groves (19-2, 15 KO’s) was. The most avid boxing fans knew him to be a good boxer most definitely one for the future. When the IBF made Groves mandatory for the super middleweight belt few gave George