Carl Froch has promised Mikkel Kessler that their super middleweight rematch at the O2 Arena in London on May 25 will be ‘savage’.
‘Warriors’ Call’ in association with Betfair is on sale at noon today (February 4) and IBF champ Froch’s fight with WBC king Kessler live on Sky Box Office in the UK and Ireland and also on pay-per-view in the champion’s homeland on ViaSat – as well as HBO in America and over 20 countries in all.
Carl Froch is targeting a trip to Montreal later this year for a rematch with Lucian Bute, once he has ‘avenged his loss’ over Mikkel Kessler.
The three-time World champion won the IBF belt from Bute last May and it has been reported that the 32 year old Romanian-Canadian could be in line for a shot at the WBC title on the same night as Froch vs. Kessler II.
Carl Froch opens up on his life in and out of the ring in tonight’s ‘Britain’s Best: The Gloves Are Off’ boxing special on Sky Sports 1HD at 10pm tonight.
The three-time World super middleweight king was joined by fellow British boxing stars David Haye, Amir Khan and Anthony Ogogo in the round table chat about their lives chaired by Johnny Nelson.
Matchroom Sport and Sauerland Promotion are delighted to announce that Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler will fight in Britain. The huge super middleweight rematch is the fight of the year in boxing and the two sides are delighted that terms have been agreed on the biggest fight on British soil in many years.
Carl Froch is aiming to secure a trilogy of mega fights in 2013 after demolishing Yusaf Mack in three rounds of his first defence of the IBF World super middleweight title in Betfair’s ‘True Brit’ on Saturday night.
Froch pounced on the challenger early and put him on the canvas in the opening round before vicious body fights in the third accounted for the Philadelphian.
Carl Froch and Yusaf Mack make the weight today in Nottingham ahead of their IBF super middleweight fight tomorrow at the Capital FM arena.
The Hayemaker fights his way out of the jungle, crosses the Australian outback and makes it to a gym in Brisbane to send a message to his old mate The Cobra.
Scotty Cardle believes the pressure of boxing live on Sky Sports in the Betfair ‘True Brit’ show on Saturday night will bring out the best in him.
Cardle steps up to eight round action for the first time on the undercard of Carl Froch’s IBF World super middleweight title defence against Yusaf Mack at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, with the lightweight talent facing Mexican Miguel Aguilar.
Carl Froch has warned Yusaf Mack that he will pay for his pre-fight jibes when the pair meet for the Nottingham star’s IBF World super middleweight in Betfair’s ‘True Brit’ on Saturday night.
Mack appeared live on Ringside after the first press conference for the clash and called Froch ‘a fake Joe Calzaghe.’ The pair came face-to-face again at a press conference at the Capital FM Arena, and The Cobra told the challenger that he will ‘face his wrath’ in his ninth consecutive World title fight.
Carl Froch has told his fans to lift the roof off the Capital FM Arena when he defends his IBF super middleweight World title against Yusaf Mack live on Sky Sports on November 17 in Betfair’s ‘True Brit’.
Only 500 tickets remain for The Cobra’s first defence of the belt he ripped from Lucian Bute in his stunning fifth round stoppage in his hometown fortress in May.