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World of Wigan does Froch-Groves 2

by Ed Rand

We arrived in, reportedly, a large city called London. Where this name has been derived, even to this day, the entire World of Wigan department is unsure. 717 more words


A Weak Defence? A Dilemma for a Fight Fan

The iconic images of Mohammed Ali standing over a knocked down Sonny Liston, Mike Tyson biting Evander Holyfield’s ear and 45 year old George Foreman… 891 more words


Boxing: Full Stop, Flash Back, Fast Forward and Future History

Full Stop

With so much written about 80,000 punters in Wembley last week it was still struggle to find much else written about the noble sport but there was plenty of news to report. 1,560 more words


Froch/Groves aftermath.

Like all good things always do, the Carl Froch vs George Groves saga has finally come to end. And what an end. Almost a years worth of anger, petulance, training, mind games and hype were finished off with one bludgeoning right hand from the Cobra, on the biggest stage British boxing has seen in many a year.  766 more words

Glory and Heartbreak

Glory and Heartbreak. Those are the two things that await a pair of fighters when they step into the ring. There is no consolation for a loss, and no elation greater than a win. 352 more words


Froch Legacy can propel boxing into mainstream sport!

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The Cobra believes the sport is flying after amazing Wembley night

Carl Froch says his fantastic KO win over George Groves at Wembley Stadium connected by EE has still not sunk in – and The Cobra is urging British boxing to capitalise on its greatest night. 695 more words

Carl Froch Cements His Legacy As A Hero Of British Boxing

“It takes a brave man to bet against Carl Froch.” The words of promoter Eddie Hearn ahead of Froch’s mega Wembley showdown with George Groves… 368 more words