Originally Posted by prinzemanspopa
That's essentially what he was doing the first time, but Kessler's aggression forced him into firefight and a lot of wild,indecisive exchanges.And more often than not, I'd favour Froch in that type of fight - he strikes me as being a little more durable,a little more heavy-handed and I think he's held up better over the last three years than Kessler has.
Wouldn't rule out the possibility of him stopping Kessler, actually.
Spot on. Froch was boxing well for the first three rounds then Kessler started chopping him so Froch had to chop back.