Carl Froch: Groves Rejected Trilogy Clause in Contract
By Edward Chaykovsky
IBF/WBA 'regular' super middleweight champion Carl Froch does not expect a trilogy fight with domestic rival George Groves. This coming Saturday night at Wembley Stadium in London, 80,000 fans will pack the house to watch the two boxers get it one for a second time. Last November, Froch defeated Groves with a controversial ninth round stoppage.
Froch claims that Groves rejected a contract clause which called for a rematch clause. Groves recently signed with Germany-based Sauerland Event.
"George has got his second go at me but doesn’t fancy a third if he happens to get lucky. Maybe he’s not as confident as he’s pretending," Froch told Daily Mail.
Hopefully no Froch-Kessler III in 2015. Wouldn't surprise me at all though, especially if Froch loses. A "farewell match" in Nottingham against his old nemesis sounds predictable.Comment by stefjonno1 on 05-29-2014
[QUOTE=hamada44;14601229]This prick. Carl froch didnt want this rematch. Its on record he said he doesn't want to go over old ground. He wanted jcc jr in vegas.[/QUOTE] Correct. He say's a lot of thing's then seems to forget what he…Comment by Weebler I on 05-29-2014
[QUOTE=MDPopescu;14600808]Regardless the outcome of the rematch, [B]the trilogy clause is only favoring Froch.[/B] The Ugly Kid took the right decision.[/QUOTE] and if it's a draw? [QUOTE=MDPopescu;14601594]It was Hearn who wanted rematches -- they're big money in this case.[/QUOTE] Hearn claimed…Comment by MDPopescu on 05-29-2014
It was Hearn who wanted rematches -- they're big money in this case.Comment by hamada44 on 05-29-2014
This prick. Carl froch didnt want this rematch. Its on record he said he doesn't want to go over old ground. He wanted jcc jr in vegas. The ibf his gredy promoter and his pay masters sky forced him into…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (18)