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Photos: Froch Avenges Kessler Loss, Massive Fight Gallery

O2 Arena, London, England - Carl Froch (31-2, 22 KOs) unified the WBA/IBF super middleweight titles with a twelve round unanimous decision over Mikkel Kessler (46-3, 35 KOs) in a highly anticipated rematch. The scores were 118-110, 116-112 and 115-113. Froch was far more active and had a very active jab for most of the fight. Kessler was sharper and targeted the body when he saw openings. Kessler cut and rocked Froch in the eleventh round, but couldn't finish him off. Froch returned the favor in the twelfth when he had Kessler in trouble in the closing seconds. Their first fight in 2010 saw Kessler win a twelve round decision over Froch in Denmark.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nÔÔb_out_king on 05-27-2013

Another set of pic's [URL="http://sjoerup.photoshelter.com/gallery/Carl-Froch-vs-Mikkel-Kessler/G0000M6i1gRqGlQI/C0000LdbvZr_xs.4"]http://sjoerup.photoshelter.com/gallery/Carl-Froch-vs-Mikkel-Kessler/G0000M6i1gRqGlQI/C0000LdbvZr_xs.4[/URL]

Comment by Oasis_Lad on 05-26-2013

[QUOTE=BattlingNelson;13417249]Nice gallery. Great pics. Thank you boxingscene.[/QUOTE] Any where Froch's Man Meat through sheer force knocked his jock strap slightly aside and dangled out from below the length of his shorts?

Comment by Roy Keane on 05-26-2013

I was there awesome atmosphere and great fight between two warriors. I thought Froch won but was a competitive fight. Froch started great then Mid-late Kessler looked good and I was a little worried but Froch had a brilliant 12th…

Comment by RightJab on 05-26-2013

Not much Smash-Up Boxing in them pictures, just boxing. Froch did miss a hell of a lot last night, but thats Smash-Up Boxing for you guys. Their both magnificent specimens.

Comment by ~AK49~ on 05-26-2013

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;13418005]You must not be really looking at them, because one fighter or the other is being hit in each photo and/or one fighter or the other is reacting from getting hit hard.[/QUOTE] Idk man. I know I'm just being a…

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