Bob Arum said Julio Cesar Chavez could fight Brian Vera next, and eventually, Andre Ward.
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Kieran Mulvaney, ESPN/Reuters
But he's shown a lot of adaptability. But I don't think that he's got as much adaptability as Andre Ward does. I wouldn't be surprised if Ward takes a few rounds and maybe falls a bit behind.
Jack Obermeyer, USA Boxing News
Andre Ward W 12 Carl Froch: I think that it will be a very, very close, razor-thin decision for Andre Ward in a tactical fight. They're both very smart to have gotten this far, and I think that the stakes are too high.
In a lot of these kinds of fights, they fight well within themselves rather than taking any chances. But I think think that Ward has a little bit more natural ability and speed factor than Carl Froch. He's well-schooled, and he's quicker.
Andre Ward W 12 Carl Froch: I've got to go with Andre Ward. What's not to like about Andre Ward? Very, very good fighter. Helluva good fighter. He can box and actually sit in the pocket and bang a little bit.
Plus, I think that he's very, very underrated as far as his toughness. I think that people call him a dirty fighter. But I think that he does whatever he has to do to win.
You can't knock a man for that. Carl Froch is a motherf--ker too. He's a stubborn, determined guy also. But I'm picking Ward by decision.
Freddie Roach, trainer of Manny Pacquiao, Amir Khan, and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
Ciff Rold, BoxingScene.com
He'll be hit more than he has in the tournament so far, but, in a fight where neitherguy is likely to stop the other, it becomes a rounds game. Ward will enough of those to have his hand raised as the Super Six champ.