Andre Ward dominated Carl Froch to a unanimous decision win in Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall on Saturday night to claim WBC, WBA and Ring Magazine super-middleweight belts as well as the Super Six trophy.
Ringside get Team Froch and Team Ward into a room to debate the finer points of Carl Froch and Andre Ward’s Super Six Final clash this weekend. It’s promoter Eddie Hearn and trainer Rob McCracken against respective counterparts Dan Goossen and Virgil Hunter, and the kidology is in full effect with either camp trying to rest the favourite tag squarely at the door of the other.
With the dramatic conclusion of the Super Six World Boxing Classic only days away, finalists Carl Froch and Andre Ward assembled with their respective teams for the final press conference yesterday afternoon.
The world champions met at the Edison Ballroom in New York City to verbally stake their claim as the best super-middleweight for the last time before arguing the finer points with their fists in Atlantic City this weekend.
Super-middleweight world champions Carl Froch and Andre Ward kicked off their three-city international press tour yesterday in the picturesque surroundings of Matchroom Sport’s office in Brentwood, Essex.
The pair along with promoters Eddie Hearn and Dan Goossen, as well as Showtime executive Ken Hershman, was there to announce the Super Six Final on October 29 at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey.