Originally Posted by Andrew5550
What exactly do you base that on?
Look at how close the first fight was and Froch himself thought he won. Very beatable doesn't translate to an easy Froch win, it just means that he has a very good chance of winning.
Since they met in '10, Froch has had the much better run and has been injury free. Kessler's been out with an injury and since his return, fought mediocre opposition.
I think Kessler has the beatings of Froch again though, it's the bodywork which subdued Froch's late onslaught and the Dane will do it again in another close fought contest.