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Carl Froch to Defend Super Middleweight Title Against George Groves on November 23rd on AWE

by on Oct.27, 2013, under Boxing News, Press Releases

Much Anticipated UK Clash Lands on AWE

SAN DIEGO, CA, October 26, 2013 — On Saturday afternoon November 23rd, boxing fans will get an early holiday gift as one of most anticipated All-English bouts in a long time will take place as IBF/WBA Super Middleweight champion Carl Froch defends his crown against undefeated George Groves.

The bout will be televised LIVE and exclusively in the United States by AWE and (continue reading…)

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‘What a Night, What a Fight!” says Jim Glen of Bute-Froch

by on May.27, 2012, under Boxing News

By Jim Glen at ringside


Just back from Nottingham and as the saying goes, “you’re only as good as your last fight!”

Well, me basing Carl Froch’s ‘probable’ loss on his last three performances was a big mistake, no, a HUGE one!

Froch’s performance not only defied the experts, it defied the Froch of late. Froch didn’t just take command of last nights show before a packed Nottingham Venue, it would have sent the Sherriff himself running, as Robin Hood in the guise of Carl Froch, stole Bute’s title, the bookie’s money and the critic’s score!

The first round opened in the usual fashion, two top lads feeling out one another for a chance and a way to move in, score and break the other man down. The first half of the round was like this, but it finished with some good exchanges, Froch the busier and more aggressive, though Bute got him a nice one. 10 -9 Froch.

The second round was more of the latter half of the first, with both fighters landing, Bute catching Froch coming in, and though I have no doubt Froch offered him respect, “you could see it,” Bute just didn’t penetrate enough. Back and forth exchanges, and one wouldn’t have been faulted in calling it an even round, I gave it to Froch as a matter of a continuation of the same as in the end of the first round, 10-9 Froch.

It would be Bute’s best, and only real good strong round. (continue reading…)

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Three Cards in Three Weeks

by on Dec.24, 2011, under Boxing News

Back-to-back roadtrips to witness Cotto-Margarito, Khan-Peterson, and Ward-Froch an unforgetable experience

By Chip Mitchell


Miguel Cotto (right) bounces a right off the chin of Antonio Margarito in their rematch.  (Photo Credit : Chris Farina - Top Rank, copyright 2011)

Miguel Cotto (right) bounces a right off the chin of Antonio Margarito in their rematch. (Photo Credit : Chris Farina - Top Rank, copyright 2011)

My colleague Robert Uzzell and I recently attended three major fight cards on the east coast. The events just so happened to take place on back-to-back-to-back weekends. Hey, who says all the good fights land in Vegas? As gas prices soared to about $3.80 per gallon, we wondered if Greyhound or even Air Tran would be a feasible option in the future. Nevertheless, we gassed up the vehicle and began our journey.

First up was the much-anticipated rematch between Antonio ‘The Tijuana Tornado’ Margarito and Miguel ‘Junito’ Cotto. The house was packed as the majority Hispanic crowd came to support their respective compatriots. There were maybe three times as many Cotto supporters than there were fans for Margarito. (continue reading…)

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Super Channel Fights to Feature Showtime’s Historic Super Six World Boxing Classic

by on Jul.14, 2009, under Boxing News, Press Releases

EDMONTON, July 13, 2009 – Super Channel, Hennessy Sports, and Showtime Championship Boxing are set to bring boxing history in to Canadian living rooms beginning this autumn with the six best Super Middleweights in the world battling it out in the sport’s most ambitious project ever.

The inaugural Super Six World Boxing Classic is a round-robin, six-fighter tournament featuring the class of the Super Middleweight division from home and abroad. (continue reading…)

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Jesse Brinkley Calls Out Carl Froch & Jeff Lacy!

by on Apr.29, 2009, under Boxing News

RENO, NV. (April 29, 2009) World ranked super middleweight Jesse Brinkley watched with interest this Saturday night as Carl Froch came from behind with seconds to go in the 12th and final round to stop former middleweight world champion  Jermain Taylor and retain his WBC Super Middleweight title. The back and forth battle was broadcast live on SHOWTIME from the Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Mashantucket, CT.

Said Brinkley, “It was a decent fight but the skill level for both guys was below average. Froch is a tough guy but his best defense is his great chin. Had Taylor been more aggressive he certainly would have stopped the fight in the third round.”

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