Froch on Khan's Loss: I Would Retire If It Was Me
Amir Khan has been advised by Carl Froch to consider retirement after being stopped in the fourth round by Danny Garcia in Las Vegas.
Khan was floored three times as American Garcia exploited the Englishman's naive tactics to keep his WBC light-welterweight title and snatch his opponent's WBA belt.
It was Khan's second straight defeat following his loss to Lamont Peterson and the third in his career, having also tasted defeat at the hands of Breidis Prescott.
Froch, the current IBF super-middleweight champion, revealed today he would hang up his gloves if he was in the Bolton fighter's shoes.
"I would retire if that happened to me," he told Radio 5 Live's Sportsweek programme.
"Why? Because I am not in this sport to get beaten, knocked out, or outclassed.
Khan should get Manny to train him and Ortiz should get Roach for a trainer. Roach is good with fighters and Manny is good with long tall guys.Comment by twosweethooks on 07-16-2012
[QUOTE=GRUSTLER;12339049]He needs to get rid of Roach.[/QUOTE] Yeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh and git floyd sr,,,,LMAO and get KO'd like Hatton did under Sr but WORSE Sr can't even talk straight much less handle a cornerComment by twosweethooks on 07-16-2012
[QUOTE=Realizniguhnit;12338946]I agree with Froch! Khan was the one putting it out there that he will retire by 28, well he's not too far off from that now coming up on 26 and he has taken a considerable amount of punishment…Comment by micky1971 on 07-16-2012
carl froch has never been hurt in any way shape or form. khan has been kod badly twice! carl was probably comparing the losses to that of jermain taylor to king khunts and rightly suggested to retire or risk getting…Comment by Chunk.. on 07-15-2012
[QUOTE]I've lost twice,[B] I lost a very, very close points decision[/B] to one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world in Andre Ward.[/QUOTE] Froch is delusional.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (73)