Date: 3rd October 2014 at 6:42pm
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After earning himself the status as the #1 challenger for the IBF world super-middleweight title, getting a title fight against the current holder, Carl Froch, is proving difficult.

In fact instead of waiting for Froch to commit to the inevitable (or face being stripped of his title) James DeGale has opted to step back into the ring on the undercard of the Tony Bellew v Nathan Cleverly fight in Liverpool on 22nd November.

DeGale, hugely frustrated at having to wait, believes that Froch doesn?t want to fight him remarking to the media,

?He is making every excuse not to fight me and if I was him, I wouldn?t fight me either because when he loses to me ? and loses well ? his credibility, his ego and his legacy would all be damaged.?

?Carl Froch doesn?t want to fight me.?

?If I was him I would retire and give up and just swerve it because he?s going to lose.?

Come on Carl, do the decent thing and give DeGale his chance!


One Reply to “He Doesn?t Want to Fight Me”

  • I say bring on the degale as It will only be another easy win for Froch because regales biggest flaw is his lazy, bigtime!!!

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