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Originally Posted by Harry Balls
In my opinion Kessler was in his prime when he fought Calzaghe.
And he had the confidence of an unbeaten fighter.
Froch fought him 2.5 years after that and with Kessler coming from two mentally draining losses, one of which almost took his eye out.
Most people scored it for Kessler against Froch.
None scored it for Kessler against Calzaghe.
Not sure how big a deal the location had with it. Doubt Calzaghe would've been intimidated by the danish crowd and the travel time is almost negligible.