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The Face of British Boxing – Froch Out, Barker In?

By Michael Byrne: Carl Froch’s legacy is in tatters. It’s not even George Groves’s fault: it’s his own. He displayed arrogance in trying to undermine Groves. He displayed delusion in insisting that the referee made the right call, even when the entire stadium was booing him in the post-fight interview. His limited boxing ability was […]

Froch-Groves replay this Friday

SAN DIEGO (DECEMBER 2, 2013)–THIS FRIDAY NIGHT!!!, AWE & is pleased to announce the encore presentation of the most controversial bout of the year that saw Carl Froch retain his IBF/WBA Super Middleweight title with a 9th round stoppage over George Groves. The fight will be replayed in entirety on the special hour-long broadcast […]

Groves: Froch is scared of me because I hurt him

By Scott Gilfoid: George Groves expects IBF/WBA super middleweight champion Carl Froch to avoid a rematch with him because he hurt Froch and gave him a concussive beating last Saturday night. Groves feels that Froch doesn’t want to experience the same punishment a second time in a fight with him, and risk having the referee […]

Should Froch gives Groves a rematch?

By Thomas Cowan: On Saturday night, one of the biggest fights in history to take place on British shores ended in controversy and anger. Carl Froch won the fight and kept his belts and George Groves lost his unbeaten record, but gained a lot of fans in the process. The way in which the fight […]

Groves can take pride with performance against Froch

By Robbie Bannatyne: In the build-up to the Super Middleweight grudge match between Carl Froch and George Groves, valid for the formers WBA and IBF 168lb world titles, many billed the contest as David versus Goliath type battle. Personally, I didn’t feel Groves was quite as over-matched. But I fancied a Froch win so much […]

Khan: Froch should retire

By Scott Gilfoid: Amir Khan thinks IBF/WBA super middleweight champion Carl Froch (32-2, 22 KO’s) should retire from boxing following his controversial 9th round TKO win last Saturday night against challenger George Groves (19-1, 15 KO’s) in Manchester, UK. Khan thinks Froch took a great deal of punishment in that fight and was dominated for […]

Froch-Groves: No Winner

By JVance: On the lead up to Saturday’s all-British clash between George Groves and Carl Froch, I wrote an article predicting a George Groves victory. The piece outlined that, in his fights leading up to Saturday Night, Groves had displayed the necessary attributes to capitalize on the many technical flaws and shortcomings that Froch had […]

Froch: Groves had his chance but he blew it

By Scott Gilfoid: IBF/WBA super middleweight champion Carl Froch (32-2, 23 KO’s) says he’s not sure whether he’ll give George Groves (19-1, 15 KO’s) a rematch now due to some of things that Groves has been saying in the media since his controversial 9th round TKO loss last Saturday night, according to Boxing News. Froch […]

A Cobra or a Saint: A Referee’s Conundrum

by Jordan Capobianco: I’m probably one stupid American to be putting myself in the middle of this mess. But as an American watching 2 British boxers, I didn’t really have a proverbial horse in the race. I haven’t seriously rooted for a boxer from the U.K. since Lennox Lewis. Of course, I had heard of […]

Who would a rematch favor, Froch or Groves?

By Daniel James: After watching another truly great domestic dust up between the British legend Carl Froch and one of the best up and coming prospects George Groves, the controversial stoppage almost  immediately had me wondering, “what about a rematch?”. Perhaps this was naive of me, seeing as how unlikely such a rematch would be. […]


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