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.

Although he finds Golovkin recent win against Kell Brook very impressive, the British boxer believes Kell’s weight division was below that of Golovkin hence he doesn’t consider the bout a fair one. Nonetheless, many believe many believe that if Frosch can beat Golovkin like he’s talking about, then why can’t he settle things by making a comeback against a respected fighter like Golovkin who boast of an impressive unbeaten record in the WBA.

Frosch who at the moment is enjoying his break from the boxing scene insist he is in no hurry to come back from retirement, and suggest that if Golovkin wants to fight the best, he should consider pairing up with Andre Ward who he considers a worthy champion.

Commenting on the possible match between Golovkin and Andre Ward, Frosch said: “That fight would be one of those where they could say now Golovkin is fighting someone credible. If he wants to talk about being the best, then he needs to fight the best. So if Ward beats Kovalev that is a fight, I would certainly love to see.”

The cobra as he is fondly called retired from the boxing arena in 2015 following a highly successful career. During his glittering career, Froch won the WBC, WBA, and IBF title. Too bad, for those hoping for a match between this duo as it not happening anytime soon.