Date: 14th February 2014 at 12:35pm
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Having agreed to a re-match, most likely because Carl Froch may not have wanted to lose his IBF belt outside of the ring, the Nottingham fighter is keen to leave nothing to chance this time.

Aware that there are thousands who thought George Groves was hard-done by last time out when Howard Foster stepped in a little prematurely, Froch has vowed that there will be no questions left unanswered in the re-match, remarking to the media,

?Since the first fight George Groves has done a lot of moaning.?

?We can put it right on fight night again when we get the re-match and when I flatten him?which is what I?ll do.?

?There?ll be no questions unanswered, I?ll put Groves behind me and carry on with my career.?


Fighting talk indeed from 36 year-old Froch but one thing intrigues me, if Froch comes out for a tear-up will his chin be exposed by the challenger, just like in round one of the first fight?