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Froch, Hearn Excited About Andre Ward Super Six Battle

Carl Froch feels his Super Six final showdown with Andre Ward on October 29th is "what top sport is all about".

The Atlantic City blockbuster will see the best two super-middleweights in the world collide, with the WBA and WBC belts and the prestigious Ring Magazine title on the line.

"This is the two best fighters that entered the tournament meeting in the final for the WBC and WBA titles and the Super Six trophy - it couldn't be any bigger or better," said Froch.

"This what top sport is all about, the best in the division fighting each other. I think the super-middleweight division is the best division in world boxing, full of top fighters.

"It's a pleasure to be involved in this."

The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports and Froch's promoter Eddie Hearn said: "This fight means everything. The Super Six has eradicated the politics of boxing and let the best super-middleweights in the world go at it - now just two remain.

"We are delighted to bring this blockbuster fight to Sky Sports as we continue to deliver the big fights for UK fans."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Uncle Rodge on 08-22-2011

War cobra!!!!!

Comment by BoyFloyd on 08-22-2011

Welterweights are a much more stacked division

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