Carl Froch Criticized For The 'Biased' Comments

The claim of Carl Froch that his expectations from Conor McGregor is more against Floyd Mayweather has met with an unpredictable and furious response over the social media like twitter and Facebook.

Mayweather, who was unbeaten, withstood an early burst from McGregor the UFC star before moving through the gears to restrict him in the 10th round at the Arena on T-Mobile in the Las Vegas.


For George Groves, luck will have no place in his fight with FedorChudinov, one in which he makes his fourth attempt to win on the world stage.

Throughout his 28 fight professional career, Groves has lost about three times, and always at fights involving world titles. However, the Londoner is ready to ignore that fact as he prepares for the showdown in Sheffield on Saturday where he would be contesting for the vacant WBA super-middleweight crown.


Carl Froch feels that the potential boxing match between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather would not be a difficult task for the latter boxer due to his capability to knock out any of the top level boxers.

The clash of the two boxers almost came into fulfilment in January after the UFC president Dana White publicly offered both men a £20m ($25m) purse.


Four-time heavyweight champion Carl Frosch has responded to speculations that he might ditch retirement in anticipation of a fight with Gennady Golovkin.

However, Frosch was quick to rubbish the rumor claiming the offer doesn't tempt him.

Frosch who insisted that Golovkin is only desperate for a big name considers himself too big an opponent for the current unified WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, and IBO middleweight champion.

Carl Froch Impressed By Crolla

Carl Froch might not be fighting it out any more, but he surely influences many fights still and gives his opinion about the different fights that take place around WBA.

For instance, the recent fight that happened between Ismael Barroso and Anthony Crolla saw Crolla defeat his opponent in the Manchester ring. Carl Froch had a ringside view of the match. He found Crolla to have all the attributes to make him a world champion in the WBA lightweight category. What he displayed has impressed Froch appreciably.

Carl Froch Celebrates His Daughter’s Birthday

Carl Froch might be a fighter in his professional life, but he is also a dad in his personal life.

Ward wants Carl Froch fight, but not in Nottingham

American boxer Andre Ward has admitted that he wants to face English Carl Froch once again and is also prepared to travel to the United Kingdom if he needed to in order to make the fight happen.

The World Boxing Association or the WBA has ordered its two Super Middleweight champions to face each other - Froch is the holder of the regular belt whereas the American is the Super World title holder - but Ward had previously gone on record to say that he would not accede to the Englishman's demands of having the fight in Nottingham.

Carl Froch wants Andre Ward to cross the Atlantic and fight him in England

English boxer Carl Froch has challenged Andre Ward to make the journey across the Atlantic for the first time in his career and face him at the City Grounds in Nottingham, home to his beloved Nottingham Forest Football Club.

Ward has been recognised as the best fighter in the Super Middleweight category when he defeated the Englishman in the final of the Super Six tournament that was held in Atlantic City and the Cobra now wants to set the record straight by avenging that loss.

Tease Of Having Future Opponents Beyond Chavez

Carl Martin Froch is an English professional boxer who has been world champion in the super middle-weight division for four times. He has won the WBC title two times and is the IBF champion for now. The champion is very open and clear minded in expanding his career beyond the match up with Julio Chavez Jr. Which is being agreed to be a dream match.

The Chavez deal now being nearly done, Carl insists that his going to Vegas to fight against him might not be the swansong he had necessarily been pointing out.

Chavez Jr. lawsuit threatens Carl Froch fight

The long cherished Las Vegas dream of Carl Froch has suffered a setback after his potential opponent Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and his promotional team became entangled in a fresh controversy, complicating issues.

The Mexican boxer announced recently that he has signed a deal with renowned boxing promoter Al Haymon and had tipped to take on the Englishman in a long awaited bout in February 2015.