Date: 28th November 2013 at 7:24pm
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Or are you running scared?

Following the controversial ending to the recent Froch v Groves fight, the British fight public (plus some across the pond) believes that the only sensible outcome should be a re-match.

Following Howard Foster?s controversial 9th round stoppage, both fighters uttered words to that effect, although many believe that Froch only muttered them to pacify a packed crowd who clearly thought Groves was hard done by.

Today, with almost a week having passed since that marveLlous Saturday night fight was ended so controversially, you get the feeling, reading the words of Carl Froch that the Nottingham fighter is far from accepting that a Groves re-match is high on his agenda with Froch telling his local BBC media

‘Las Vegas is the fight capital.’

‘To finish in a massive fight would be better than going over old ground. I’ve boxed in America numerous times, but it would be an honour to fight somewhere like Las Vegas because I’ve never done that under the big lights with all the glitz and the glamour on the main stage.’


There is now talk of Froch, the WBA and IBF super-middleweight champion, facing Andre Ward and Julio Cesar Chavez Junior.

All I?ll say is that if Froch ignores the calls to give Groves a re-match, I fail to see how he can look at himself in the mirror in the morning.

Go on Carl, if you?re that certain you have the beating of Saint George Groves then let?s get it on gain to settle the argument, or are you running scared?