A fitting finale to the groundbreaking tournament that was the Super Six World Boxing Classic and the Fight Camp 360° series that followed it right from the promotional photoshoot at the start, right to the final bell and the fighter’s flights home.
WBC, WBA and Ring Magazine super-middleweight champion Andre Ward has revealed that he beat Carl Froch in the Super Six Final with a broken hand after an MRI scan showed he had multiple fractures in his left hand.
Having finally garnered the recognition his career deserves here’s the special video Carl Froch shot with premier lifestyle magazine GQ before his Super Six Final meeting with Andre Ward. The horse might have bolted on that particular challenge but there is no doubting The Cobra’s fighting pedigree and warrior spirit. And in this well produced clip he charts his journey to the climate of the division…
Brit welterweight contender Kell Brook showed there could be big things on the horizon in 2012 after stopping Luis Galarza in five rounds on his American debut.
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.
With ‘The Cobra’ fans in full voice, WBC champion Froch was first up to the stage and looked in pristine condition when he stripped off to weigh-in at 167.5lbs to a chorus of ‘there’s only one Carl Froch’.
The 49th World Boxing Council Convention came to a close yesterday evening in explosive fashion as it settled many unresolved issues regarding mandatory title fights.