Carl Froch talks about the "bitter disappointment" of losing his WBC super middleweight title to Andre Ward in the Super Six final. The former titleholder told members of the UK media that he could have done some things better against Ward but gave the American credit for the victory. "No excuses," Froch said "I got beat by the better fighter on the night."
After a friendly exchange with Bernard Hopkins, Andre Ward discusses his performance against Carl Froch with RingTV's Bill Emes. Ward also talks about the possibility of fighting Lucian Bute.
Andre Ward and Carl Froch continued to answer questions about their fight and their immediate futures during the post-fight press conference for their Super Six final. Ward said he is open to fighting Lucian Bute, but he thinks the undefeated IBF beltholder should fight Froch or Andre Dirrell first. Froch said that he is open to fighting Bute or Mikkel Kessler.
Andre Ward is presented with THE RING super middleweight title after his unanimous decision over Carl Froch to win the Super Six World Boxing Classic tournament. Ward and Froch spoke about their fight and took questions from the media during the post-fight press conference, which included statements from Ward's promoter Dan Goossen, trainer Virgil Hunter, and Showtime's general manager of sports programming Stephen Espinoza.
Carl Froch says a victory over Andre Ward on Saturday will make him an "international superstar." The battle-tested UK standout says he only plans to engage in tough, meaningful fights after the Super Six final.
WBC super middleweight titleholder addresses the U.S. and UK press at a recent media roundtable for his Super Six final showdown with fellow beltholder Andre Ward.
Andre Ward's trainer Virgil Hunter discusses the pro development of his fighter, while Ward issues a retort to Super Six final opponent Carl Froch's claim that he is a "hometown" and a "dirty" fighter.
Undefeated WBA super middleweight titleholder Andre Ward answered the questions of a select group of UK and U.S. members of the boxing media in the final hours before his Super Six final showdown with WBC beltholder Carl Froch on Saturday in Atlantic City.
RingTV's Bill Emes spoke to unbeaten American heavyweight prospect Seth Mitchell after the former football standout scored a sensational 2nd-round TKO of Timur Ibragimov on the Amir Khan-Lamont Peterson undercard.
Amir Khan addresses the media after losing his WBA/IBF 140-pound belts to Lamont Peterson via split decision in Peterson's native Washington D.C. Khan, who thought Peterson benefited from "home cooking," wants an immediate rematch.
Lamont Peterson addresses the media following his thrilling WBA/IBF 140-pound title winning effort over Amir Khan at the post-fight press conference. Khan's Promoter Oscar De La Hoya and Peterson say an immediate rematch of the fight of the year candidate could happen.