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 Last update:  5/28/2012       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Hearn on Bute: Who Would Want Froch Again After That?
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By Edward Chaykovsky

Promoter Eddie Hearn has serious doubts about Lucian Bute's willingness to exercise his rematch clause with Carl Froch (29-2, 21KOs). On Saturday night in Nottingham, Froch gave Bute (30-1, 24KOs) a beating before the fight was eventually stopped in the fifth round.

There is a rematch clause which directs Froch to face Bute in his backyard of Montreal. Hearn expects Bute to take another direction before facing Froch for a second time.

“Let’s face it, would you want to want Carl Froch again after having just gone through that?  There is a rematch clause available to Bute and we will obviously honour it if they want us to do so, but I seriously doubt it will happen. My guess is Bute will want to re-group and come back again sometime later this year or next year. It was about as comprehensive as you can get," Hearn told Daily Express.

Tags: Carl Froch , Lucian Bute , Bute-Froch , Bute vs Froch



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comment by denium, on 05-28-2012
[QUOTE=amayseng]rewatch the fight it is on youtube now. i think bute fought his fight and was out boxing froch rounds one and two, and as i stated was ahead in round 3 for the first half go rewatch it with the sound off and the box nation pro froch commentating off[/QUOTE] Bute po...

comment by amayseng, on 05-28-2012
[QUOTE=dan_cov]I didn't give Bute a single round myself :sad:[/QUOTE] rewatch the fight it is on youtube now. i think bute fought his fight and was out boxing froch rounds one and two, and as i stated was ahead in round 3 for the first half go rewatch it with the sound off and the b...

comment by dan_cov, on 05-28-2012
[QUOTE=amayseng]i think team froch is getting a bit ahead of themselves, it was a good win for froch but you have to analyze the fight. bute won rounds one and two with boxing in the center of the ring. bute was winning the first half of round three until 1:50 when he decided to go lay...

comment by amayseng, on 05-28-2012
[QUOTE=denium]It was a foolish move no doubt about it, but it's down to Eddie Hearn that Froch is back on TV & now has a decent profile. If he hadn't stepped in then Froch's fights would probably still be on Showtime. He just got overexcited re the fight, it's a mistake he won't make again.[/QUOT...

comment by amayseng, on 05-28-2012
i think team froch is getting a bit ahead of themselves, it was a good win for froch but you have to analyze the fight. bute won rounds one and two with boxing in the center of the ring. bute was winning the first half of round three until 1:50 when he decided to go lay on the ropes an...

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