Carl Froch Named “World’s Heaviest Heavyweight”
Former unified super middleweight world champion, Carl Froch, picked his pick for the heaviest heavyweight on the planet and called for a fight between the two title holders in the division.
Throughout his career, Froch won WBC, WBA and IBF titles, beating the likes of Jean Pascal, Andre Dirrell and Mikkel Kessler, before twice beating George Groves in one of his great rivalries. British boxing.
Cobra’s illustrious time in the ring recently earned him a spot in the International Boxing Hall of Fame.with his legacy being a good and truly solid British icon.
Since retiring, Froch has become an expert for DAZN and has a YouTube channel where he gives his opinion on everything boxing-related.
On the channel ‘Forch on Fighting’The 45-year-old boxer was named the best heavyweight in the world and called for an undisputed match between the two champions.
“Tyson Fury is, to me, the best heavyweight in the world right now. He is almost invincible. You’ve got Deontay Wilder and [Oleksandr] Usyk and Fury are in the top three, but I just think Fury is one place above them.”
“It would be a shame if that war [Fury vs Usyk] didn’t happen, so hopefully the fight will happen next. Apparently, AJ is rebuilding now, he’s fighting Franklin, hopefully he can fit back in, but what can I say, Fury and Usyk, come on, let’s refocus and finish This war.
Good news for Froch, since the release of that video, Usyk and Fury have ‘agreed terms’ for the undisputed clash that will take place at Wembley on April 29.
Fury offered only a 30% split to Usyk, making most people think the match was over, but the Ukrainian player then took to social media to accept the deal and get fans to the match. hoping to see a heavyweight boxer hold all the belts for the first time since Lennox Lewis.