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Elliot78 - It's boxing and it was seen beforehand as an evenly matched fight. We must remember that Geale beat Sturm and Barker then in turn beat Geale. Also Barker had a rematch clause , so had he lost a close decision he'd...
A fully motivated Barker without injury, for me, would have beaten martinez and sturm without much fuss. His natural talent has got him this far despite his unbelievable injury record which has prevented him from training fully unhibited.
So Carl Froch mentioned the rematch post fight to get a cheer from the fans. This sums the man up. He hung his dignity and self respect on the side of the ring then. Carl don't offer a rematch to get a cheer. Offer it because...
Mr Froch I respect your achievements in every way, however the rematch with Groves is what all the British fans and the rest of the world boxing fans including your promoter wants to see and going to the States where you were first...
Always going to happen Bellew didn't through anything, to frustrate and make him miss he needed to throw his jab out and tag him but he wasn't. It was like he ran for the whole fight and just tried to keep out of range which...
Bellew unfortunately was exposed, as was his corner for employing a stupid game plan. It was clear from the off Bellew wanted to get to round 7 and then have a go. However, after the 3rd round he should have gone all out. He may have...
Saw Ringside today and Froch looked really marked up and swollen compared to GG. Also Froch said it was an emphatic stoppage - I wonder if he's have seen it as emphatic had he been the one stopped when in Groves position?
It's easy to aim low and accept being the best in one's OWN country - yet it's far harder to rule the world. I for one have no desire to see a Froch-Groves rematch. We know Froch is a fading force - and we know Groves...
The referee jumped the gun in a split second and when he watches the stoppage back he will realise that he was too hasty. When he needed to be calm and in control he panicked and ultimately failed in his capacity as a referee and...
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