Carl Froch and George Groves have finally agreed to a rematch of last November's blockbuster, Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn
My interest in boxing has been re-ignited in the last 3 or 4 years due in no small part to Carl Froch. His fight against George Groves was billed as a true British Superfight to rival those of the 1990s during the golden era of Benn, Eubank, Watson and Collins, and though I guess that might have been slightly ambitious, anyone who witnessed the fight on Saturday will testify to the fact it was one of the most exciting and thrilling British fights ever.
On Saturday night, George Groves entered the ring a lone crusader and returned a hero but he was never going to win, despite completely out boxing Carl Froch. Groves was never going to win, and that had nothing to do with strength, speed, heart, will and the game plan to win.
Groves told us he was going to come out, take the centre of the ring and engage with the four time world champion. No one believed him. Most believed his only chance lay in staying on the back foot and utilising his movement to avoid Froch's power, while countering.
Carl Froch clambered up from a shocking first-round knockdown to retain his WBA and IBF super-middleweight titles with a
Carl Froch will defend his IBF and WBA world super-middleweight titles against George Groves later this year, it has been
In case you've been hiding under a rock recently, one of Britain's finest boxers Carl Froch is gearing up for a pretty big