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' Carl Froch Will Retire If Julio Cesa...

Glax0r's Photo Glax0r 17 Dec 2014

'Froch will retire if Chavez fight falls through'

Nick ParkinsonDecember 17, 2014

Carl Froch's trainer Rob McCracken expects the WBA-IBF world super-middleweight champion to retire if a clash with American Julio Cesar Chavez Jr can not be made in Las Vegas next year.

Froch's promoter Eddie Hearn is in Vegas this week for talks with Chavez's various representatives over delivering the fight the Nottingham boxer wants more than any other.

But former world middleweight champion Chavez, 28, is in a contractual dispute that is delaying and endangering the fight with Froch from happening.
McCracken thinks it is more likely that Froch, 37, will retire after fighting Chavez and hang up the gloves even if it does not get made rather than facing James DeGale or George Groves, whom he knocked out in a rematch last May, in 2015.

"Fighters have to have the desire to fight and have the training camp, go through all the tough preparation," McCracken told ESPN.
Read more at http://www.espn.co.u...YBZDcTXOWQff.99
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hitman_hatton1's Photo hitman_hatton1 01 Jan 2015

i see bob arum is digging his heels in on this.

chavez jr still contracted to bob for 1 more fight.

hearn saying froch has till jan 31st to make his mind up on ibf title.
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boxalettice 's Photo boxalettice 01 Jan 2015

chavez might win the kid has good power and he's tough.
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hitman_hatton1's Photo hitman_hatton1 19 Apr 2015

bye bye carl. :D
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stevieb_8006's Photo stevieb_8006 20 Apr 2015

If he has retired, what a legend. What a resume.
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mike john's Photo mike john 20 Apr 2015

View Poststevieb_8006, on 20 April 2015 - 01:10 PM, said:

If he has retired, what a legend. What a resume.

does that mean if he hasnt retired, he's not a legend, and you dont think much of his resume, then?
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