After weeks and weeks of hard training, pushing their bodies to very limit, sticking to strict diet plans – Carl Froch and George Groves are ready. 459 more words
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By Kal Sajad
Last month, Manchester played host to the most eagerly awaited all British fight in nearly two decades. Not since Nigel Benn and Chris Eubank clashed in 1993 had there been so much hyper surrounding two fighters; one an up and coming super middleweight who unquestionably has all the attributes but had not been tested a world level, the other a proven warrior who had fought the best in the division and already set his legacy.
Boxing clubs across the city say they are concerned for the future of their sport because of the continual decline in membership.
WBA super-middleweight champion Andre Ward is “open” to a rematch with Carl Froch, but does not believe the Briton wants to fight him again.
The 29-year-old American beat Froch, who holds the IBF belt, on points in Atlantic City in 2011. 54 more words
In a similar fashion to Mikkel Kesler and Froch, will Carl himself return to face his recently defeated opponent George Groves. The young West Londoner has already hinted that Froch may bow out and call time on a long and illustrious career before accepting any offer of a rematch from promoter Eddie Hearn. 228 more words