The Super Six semi-final between WBC super-middleweight champion Carl Froch and the road warrior Glen Johnson has been confirmed for June 4 at Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Bute joined Froch as only the second man to stop tough Irishman Brian Magee last weekend and kicked off the media drive for a mega-fight with the winner of the Super Six in impressive fashion.
WBC super-middleweight champion Carl Froch previews 2011 with Steve Bunce and talks winning the Super Six, moving up to light-heavyweight and still dreaming of taking on Joe Calzaghe…
WBA super-middleweight champion Andre Ward has voiced concern for the welfare of professional boxers, calling for a union to protect fighters throughout their careers.
Ward, who is America’s only current Olympic gold medallist to hold a world title, faces the definitive year of his career in which he is tipped to reach the final of the Super Six and even go on to unify the division.
Having recently lost his WBC super middleweight title in a disputable decision in Denmark against Mikkel Kessler, Carl ‘The Cobra’ Froch is a man who has to do it all the hard way again. Fighting out of Nottingham, Froch was unfortunate enough to be a young knockout kid in a division were the best fighters were hitting their twilight years.
Go behind the scenes in King Arthur Abraham’s training camp as he prepares for his Super Six encounter with Carl Froch this weekend.
This weekend Carl Froch and Arthur Abraham face-off in the last fight of the round-robin stage of Showtime’s Super Six Boxing Classic. With both fighters already guaranteed a place in the semi-finals of the competition, the fight will decide who faces tournament leader Andre Ward or recent addition Glen Johnson in the next round. What’s more, the WBC super-middleweight title will also be on the line in this real humdinger of a contest.
With the last fight of the round-robin stage and a date with Germany’s ‘King’ Arthur Abraham a week away, Carl Froch is already predicting that he will face Andre Ward in the final of Super Six Boxing Classic.
We spoke to the Nottingham boxer about his upcoming fight in Finland, the argy-bargy with his opponent’s promoter Kalle Sauerland and how the Super Six can get Mayweather and Pacquiao in the ring…
Gavin Rees impressively stopped Liverpool's John Watson on Saturday night to claim the vacant British lightweight title in front of his home fans in Newport.
The Welshman had to overcome a brilliant fight back from Watson after taking command of the earlier rounds. Time was called on the contest in the 11th round, with Rees having already scored a knockdown in the 10th.