Carl Froch: If Arthur Abraham Beats Me, I Might Retire!
By Mark Vester
Former WBC super middleweight champion Carl Froch will consider retirement if he loses his upcoming fight with Arthur Abraham. They clash in August/September in the third stage of Showtime's Super Six Boxing Classic. Froch is returning from the first loss of his pro career. Last month he was decisioned by Mikkel Kessler.
"The next fight is all or nothing for me. If it doesn't go my way I will seriously consider retirement because I'm only interested in big title fights. I won't hang around at domestic level," Froch told The Sun.
Froch still wants the Abraham fight to take place in his hometown of Nottingham. Abraham and his promoters want it to happen in Germany. Froch once again made a threat to withdraw from the Super Six if the Abraham fight is held in Germany.
"I'm only going to fight on my terms - and I won't be pushed around this time. The home-town decisions in this competition have been a disgrace so I am not going to Berlin because there's no chance of getting a verdict. I won't be going anywhere east of Nottingham to fight Abraham and it won't be in Showtime's interests for me to pull out," Froch said.
Cock-head. He OWNED himself with this,... "The home-town decisions in this competition have been a disgrace" ,.. tried to disguise it by putting an 's' on the end of decision, to make himself appear as if he isn't a self-absorbed grubby whyning bitter bitch,.. but ended up including his own home-town fight as a result of it,..