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Carl Froch Issues Warning To Floyd Mayweather Not To Let Down Boxing

Former world super-middleweight champion turned analyst Carl Froch has issued a blunt warning to Floyd Mayweather not to let down the sport of boxing when he takes on Conor McGregor on August 26. The pair face off in what will be McGregor’s first professional boxing fight, while for the undefeated Mayweather, it will be his 50th outing. The disparity in …

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Boxing Vs MMA: Dream Match-Ups From Seven Different Weight Classes

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 10: Anthony Joshua (L) of London in action against Eric Molina of the United States during their IBF World Heavyweight Championship fight at Manchester Arena on December 10, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Having followed both boxing and mixed martial arts for as long as I can remember, I have learned that just about anything is possible once the opening bell sounds. Having said that, I feel that it’s highly unlikely for a fighter to make a successful transition from one elite level to the other. I’m convinced a top mixed martial artist …

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Carl Froch Is Already Hinting At A Comeback

Carl Froch has been officially retired for only four months, but the Nottingham fighter seems to be itching to get back in the ring already. In late October, PunditArena reported that Froch’s former promoter, Eddie Hearn, sensed a “burning curiosity” in “The Cobra” regarding the punching-power of Gennady Golovkin. If you ask us, that sounds a touch sadistic. Today, however, The …

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Gennady Golovkin Willing To Go Anywhere For Carl Froch Fight Says His Coach

Gennady Golovkin is still very much interested in a fight with Carl Froch according to his trainer, Abel Sanchez. Last week, PunditArena reported that Froch’s former promoter, Eddie Hearn, had revealed the Nottingham fighter’s “burning curiosity” about Golovkin’s punching power in a column for the Daily Mail. He also wrote about how he had received a call from “The Cobra” following the Kazakh’s …

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James Degale Dismisses Rematch With “Joke” George Groves

James Degale had harsh words for a number of his fellow British fighters this week, but he saved the most scathing comments for his old foe George Groves. The new IBF super-middleweight champion, who is scheduled to defend his title against Lucian Bute on November 28th, slammed Chris Eubank Jr earlier in the week. According to Sky Sports, the Olympic gold …

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“I Would Love To Give Kell Brook A Beating” Says Amir Khan

Amir Khan certainly seems to have warmed to the idea of fighting Kell Brook in recent days. Ever since he discovered that he wasn’t going to get the call to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr, Bolton’s Amir Khan has finally started to talk about some other potential opponents. He mentioned that he has been approached about fighting Manny Pacquiao next year, …

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Gennady Golovkin’s Next Opponent Is Set, And It Won’t Disappoint

Gennady Golovkin’s next opponent has been confirmed. The Kazakh killer, Golovkin, has been the subject of much speculation in recent months. His name has been thrown about by a whole host of reputable fighters as a potential opponent. Bernard Hopkins, Carl Froch, Andre Ward and Floyd Mayweather have all mentioned the name of the dangerous middleweight title holder in recent …

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Carl Froch’s Top 5 Most Thrilling Knockouts.

The news broke this morning that Carl Froch has decided to retire from boxing. In the hours that have passed since the announcement praise has been pouring in for Froch, and deservedly so. He is undoubtedly one of British boxing’s modern greats, going 33-2 as a professional. This is a record which is made even more impressive when one considers …

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Carl Froch Retires From Boxing

His last ever punch knocked out George Groves at Wembley Stadium in front of 80,000 fans. The Nottingham pugilist announced his decision on Twitter this morning, and retires as a four-time world champion following a fantastic career.   I’m officially retired from Boxing. So much to say & so many people to thank. But for now, I just want to say THANK YOU …

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Hey Froch, Joe Calzaghe Would Have Fought Golovkin, Says Boxing Journalist

Carl Froch was, undoubtedly, prepared for plenty of dissenting commentary about his recent twitter post, regarding Gennady Golovkin. One contributor, however, has obviously gotten under the skin of the “Cobra”. PunditArena reported on Saturday, that Carl Froch had tweeted that he was “too big and too strong for GGG”. The post seemed to be another attempt by Froch to bait …

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Carl Froch Continues To Troll Boxing Fans.

As of late, Carl Froch seems to be having great fun at the expense of hardcore boxing fans. Some people have been suggesting in recent weeks that Floyd Mayweather’s claim that he will fight Andre Berto or Karim Mayfield in his final bout is an attempt to “troll” the boxing world. This may be the case, but even a ruse …

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Anthony Joshua Pulls Out Of July 18th Fight To Focus On “Major Title Fight”.

Eddie Hearn has confirmed that Heavyweight super-prospect Anthony Joshua will no longer compete on the July 18th card in Manchester, headlined by Scott Quigg vs Kiko Martinez. According to fightnews.com, the Matchroom Sports managing director has stated, that Joshua will instead begin preparations for a “major title bout” to take place on September 12th, in London’s O2. The “title” being …

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Callum Smith vs Rocky Fielding Showdown Could be On if Both Win on Big Night in Liverpool

A pair of talented prospects facing stern tests ahead of a potential showdown with each other, highlight a big card of boxing action in Liverpool this weekend. Super middleweight Callum Smith and fellow Liverpudlian Rocky Fielding line up against tough veteran’s on Saturday night, and as long as they both emerge unscathed, a major local derby looks likely for later …

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Can James DeGale Become the First British Gold Medal Olympian to Win a World Title?

The bookies literally can’t split them, with even money odds being offered on both combatants. Pundit Arena previews the super middleweight title bout. Britain’s James DeGale (20-1 14 KOs) heads to the Agganis Arena in Boston, Massachusetts on Saturday night to face Andre Dirrell (24-1 16 KOs) for the vacant IBF World super middleweight title. DeGale With a victory here, James …

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