Froch: I'll Walk Through Anything Andre Ward Throws
By Michael Marley
The “Sheriff of Nottingham” - WBC super middleweight champion Carl Froch - has a huge unification bout against unbeaten American Andre Ward on Oct. 29. Froch, 33 and the owner of a sparkling 28-1, 20 knockouts record, and beat Arthur Abraham and Glen Johnson after losing a close decision in Denmark to Mikkel Kessler, doesn’t buy Ward being invincible.
“No, I don’t view it that way at all,” Froch said. “Ward’s not a big puncher, that is key. I will be able to walk right through whatever he throws.”
Froch said the site for the Ward fight has not yet been agreed to.
“I knew the last two fights (in the Showtime Super Six Tournament) would be in the United States. I had no problem with that. I like fighting in the States. It’s nothing new for me.”
The Johnson-Froch bout was held in Atlantic City. Las Vegas looms as the probable site for Froch-Ward. Bay Area resident Ward has been in a comfort zone fighting almost all of his Super Six bouts in Oakland.
Froch: [B]I'll Walk Through Anything Andre Ward Throws loose a shut out UD 108 - 120 in favour of Ward and then blame volcanic ash, My pregnant girl friend and my promotor for not having signed a re-match clause.[/B]Comment by drool on 07-02-2011
I would say Ward by UD - the same way he did Kessler dirty.Comment by uoykcuf on 07-01-2011
Unless its a body-shot, than you'll be crying like a baby like you were against Kessler about the body-shot hurting.Comment by Rome-By-Ko on 07-01-2011
[QUOTE=Concussive;10774606]Ward by UD easy. Too slick, too fast.[/QUOTE] Easy??Your crazy,nothing about this fight will be easy for either fighter..Comment by Concussive on 07-01-2011
Ward by UD easy. Too slick, too fast.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (20)