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 Last update:  5/26/2012       Read more by David P. Greisman         
Lucian Bute-Carl Froch: The Trainers Prediction Roundtable
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by David P. Greisman

John Scully (Bute): I would go with Bute. I think Bute is kind of on a roll. Hes definitely on a high. He realizes that theres some big fights coming up for him if he wins this fight. I just like his overall skill set and especially those body shots that he drops in there, so Ill go with him to win the decision. I dont think anybodys going to knock Froch out. I think itll definitely go the distance.

Sam Garcia (Froch): This is a tough one. Im going to go with Carl Froch in his hometown. I think hes probably not as fast, but the guy just knows how to fight. I think hes going to land that straight right hand. I think hes intelligent. I think its going to be a pretty good night for him, maybe a little bit of an intense boxing match between the two. Im going to go with Froch in his hometown by decision.

Henry Ramirez (Bute): Its an interesting fight. Based on recent history, Carl Froch is a tough, rugged guy, but I just think Lucian Bute is a better boxer, more of a technician in there, maybe even a better puncher than Carl Froch. I think hes an all-around better fighter. I see Bute winning a decision, kind of a wide decision.

Ronnie Shields (Bute): Thats a close fight right there, just for the simple reason that Froch was so disappointed when he didnt do as well against Andre Ward as he thought he was going to do. But Bute is really confident right now because hes getting status as one of the best fighters in the world. This is going to be a good fight, because although Bute is a southpaw, I dont think thats really going to bother Froch that much, but I just think Bute might be a step ahead of him. Just him being considered one of the best fighters in the world, his confidence is going to be there, so Im going with Bute by close decision.

Eddie Mustafa Muhammad (Froch): I like Froch by unanimous decision. I just think that being at home is an advantage for him. The people cheering and booing, thats what he feeds off of. Plus hes a good fighter. Carl Froch is no punk. I mean, hes a good fighter. He comes to fight. He beat Glen Johnson. It was a tough fight, but he weathered the storm and went at it and took care of business.

I dont think Bute ever came out of Canada to fight [Note: He fought once in Romania last year, but otherwise his last bouts outside of Canada came very early in his career]. We dont know how hes gong to react to a negative audience, and thats going to go in Frochs favor. Ive been to Nottingham. I know how they act out there.

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


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comment by OnePunch, on 05-26-2012
[QUOTE=southpaw_07]not a 50-50 fight at all. Bute by shocking KO within 5. Bumping my post after the fight :boxing:[/QUOTE] well, you were "half" right..........

comment by GRUSTLER, on 05-26-2012
[QUOTE=GRUSTLER]Definitely a tough fight to call but Froch has been through some wars with elite fighters so Bute may be a lil fresher. On top of that, dude is hitting hard and Froch gets hit. To me fight could go either way but for me..... Going to lean towards Bute for the late round stoppage...

comment by GRUSTLER, on 05-26-2012
Definitely a tough fight to call but Froch has been through some wars with elite fighters so Bute may be a lil fresher. On top of that, dude is hitting hard and Froch gets hit. To me fight could go either way but for me..... Going to lean towards Bute for the late round stoppage. Froch is toug...

comment by gingerbreadman, on 05-26-2012
[QUOTE=Uncle Rodge]Good observation, I hope you're reading into it too much tho m8. Have donated you a Mil. You've been on here as long as I have, about time we got that betting ball rolling lol. WAR FROCH!!![/QUOTE] Mate, that's generous, green K. If you were in my bar I'd buy you a p...

comment by Uncle Rodge, on 05-26-2012
[QUOTE=gingerbreadman]Mate, everyone's entitled to their opinion. I'm expecting a really good fight, maybe a FOTY contender if we're lucky. If a blowout happens, then OK. Must say, on a specific point, that Froch looked very, very sculpted at the weigh-in, and that's not too good a thing to be in...

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