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 Last update:  12/18/2011       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Froch: I Couldn't Get Anything Going, He Was Too Slippery
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Andre Ward outclassed and outmuscled Nottingham's Carl Froch to win the Super Six super-middleweight tournament at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. American Ward was too quick and too slick for his British rival, landing at will with razor sharp jabs and hooks and even bullying Froch at times. Ward, who added Froch's WBC belt to the WBA belt he already owned, was the winner on all three judges' scorecards. The final scores were 118-110 and two cards of 115-113.

"I couldn't really get anything going, he was too slippery," said Froch. "I wanted to put my shots together but he moves low and slips and slides, he's very clever up close. It was very frustrating for me tonight. Fair play to him. I honestly feel I could beat Andre Ward. I'd have to work on some technical things, but there are other fights out there"

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comment by shonuff488, on 12-18-2011
I agree with the fact that Froch was very classy in his post fight interview. Much respect to him. He has gained a ton of American fans during the Super Six.

comment by Flawless*, on 12-18-2011
Of course he is slippery. He is from the school of slick African American school of thought.

comment by savorduhflavor, on 12-18-2011
[QUOTE=gingeralbino]classy interview by Froch after the fight. Didnt give any excuses saying he was injured or had any problems (other than his opponent being too good lol), didnt use the (surprisingly) close scorecards and say he was robbed. Best man won, and I look forward to watching Froch ...

comment by gingeralbino, on 12-18-2011
classy interview by Froch after the fight. Didnt give any excuses saying he was injured or had any problems (other than his opponent being too good lol), didnt use the (surprisingly) close scorecards and say he was robbed. Best man won, and I look forward to watching Froch again in the future

comment by kimmiblob, on 12-18-2011
[quote=BIGPOPPAPUMP]Andre Ward outclassed and outmuscled Nottingham's Carl Froch to win the Super Six super-middleweight tournament at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. American Ward was too quick and too slick for his British rival, landing at will with razor sharp jabs and hooks and even bullyin...

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