Carl Froch Boxing Career Overview

carl froch boxing career overview

This blog is dedicated to Android apps but today I am very excited because I am just going to write about my favorite boxer of all time, Carl Froch. He is a former British Boxer who now works as boxing analyst for Sky Sports. He started his professional boxing career in 2002 and ended up in 2014 as a professional boxer. During his career he won many accolades including Super-middleweight championship four times in his career.

He also won the WBA Unified championship two times.

In his early career Froch held the British Commonwealth and also got English super middle weight titles including the Lonsdale Belt. He was recognized as fighter of the year in 2012 after the vote out by World boxing news. He also was recognized as sportsman of the year in 2013. He was also listed as the best British pound for pound boxer by BBC. Due to his remarkable achievements he is considered as one of most richest and successful boxers in the world. Carl Froch Net Worth exceeded 20 million dollars according to an estimate.

His career lasted 14 years until he finally announced his retirement in 2015. He is well known for his stamina, toughness and crowd pleasing style. Many consider him as the hardest chin of his time.

Personal Life

Carl Fronch was born in Colwick, Nottingham during the year on 1977. His father name is Frank Froch and Carol(Douglas) is his mother. In his early life Carl wanted to become a footballer and started his career as he started playing for Nottingham Forest. He was a fan of Johnny Cash. He is still a supporter of Nottingham forest and sometimes can be seen training on their ground before boxing fights.

Professional Career

As stated above his professional career is full of success. First he accomplished as a successful boxer and later joined Sky Sports as a boxing analyst. One of initial achievements was the knockout win against Ojay Abrahams, Darren Covill and Mike Duffield. In November 2003 Carl faced his unbeaten fellow content Alan Page at the Derby Storm Arena. In the round 7 Froch hit a very hard right hand and an uppercut that was enough for the referee to end the fight and declare Froch the winner.

On December 2008 Froch fought Canadian boxer Jean Pascal for the WBC super middleweight championship and become victorious after competing in all 12 rounds to claim the victory.

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