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 Last update:  4/6/2014       Read more by Per Ake Persson         
Mikkel Kessler To Be Ringside For Froch-Groves II
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By Per Ake Persson

The Viking Warrior, former super middleweight champion Mikkel Kessler (46-3, 35KOs), is still undecided on his future but he will be ringside to watch the rematch between Carl Froch and George Groves on May 31st at Wembley Stadium. Kessler, 35-years-old, has been inactive since losing a twelve round unanimous decision in his rematch with Froch last May in London.

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comment by petero, on 04-06-2014
Kessler almost had Froch in round 11 and I believe it softened up Froch's chin as we saw in round 1 of the Groves fight. And the numerous times he was rocked. Groves by 10 count KO. Kessler may be lookin for one last check?

comment by Jack Napier, on 04-06-2014
thought Kessler woulda been back by now if he hasn't returned yet, don't think he will or if he does, he won't cut it at the top of his division anymore assuming he's in good form, there's guys he could still beat woulda liked a 3rd Froch fight, though Froch shoulda won the 1st too

comment by diarraisagod, on 04-06-2014
[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll]If they want to prove they are the best, for legacy, they will fight Ward. But if they choose to avoid him because they don't want a loss and because they can make more money elsewhere then I understand. I'll never be mad at a fighter for going where the most money is. ...

comment by diarraisagod, on 04-06-2014
[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll]Ricky Burns never leaves Scotland. Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg never leave the UK. If it's ok for Euro fighters to do it then it should be ok for Ward to do it as well.[/QUOTE] Oh please lol Any Euro with a belt is constantly slagged off for not taking it to Americ...

comment by Dirk Diggler UK, on 04-06-2014
[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll]Burns was offered the biggest payday of his career by Golden Boy Promotions to come fight Adrien Broner. But he turned it down. It's only ok to criticize Ward for staying home doe. :thinking: [/QUOTE] Burns definitely ducked Broner. I don't think anyone would question ...

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