Ward wants Carl Froch fight, but not in Nottingham

American boxer Andre Ward has admitted that he wants to face English Carl Froch once again and is also prepared to travel to the United Kingdom if he needed to in order to make the fight happen.

The World Boxing Association or the WBA has ordered its two Super Middleweight champions to face each other - Froch is the holder of the regular belt whereas the American is the Super World title holder - but Ward had previously gone on record to say that he would not accede to the Englishman's demands of having the fight in Nottingham.

Carl Froch wants Andre Ward to cross the Atlantic and fight him in England

English boxer Carl Froch has challenged Andre Ward to make the journey across the Atlantic for the first time in his career and face him at the City Grounds in Nottingham, home to his beloved Nottingham Forest Football Club.

Ward has been recognised as the best fighter in the Super Middleweight category when he defeated the Englishman in the final of the Super Six tournament that was held in Atlantic City and the Cobra now wants to set the record straight by avenging that loss.

Tease Of Having Future Opponents Beyond Chavez

Carl Martin Froch is an English professional boxer who has been world champion in the super middle-weight division for four times. He has won the WBC title two times and is the IBF champion for now. The champion is very open and clear minded in expanding his career beyond the match up with Julio Chavez Jr. Which is being agreed to be a dream match.

The Chavez deal now being nearly done, Carl insists that his going to Vegas to fight against him might not be the swansong he had necessarily been pointing out.

Chavez Jr. lawsuit threatens Carl Froch fight

The long cherished Las Vegas dream of Carl Froch has suffered a setback after his potential opponent Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and his promotional team became entangled in a fresh controversy, complicating issues.

The Mexican boxer announced recently that he has signed a deal with renowned boxing promoter Al Haymon and had tipped to take on the Englishman in a long awaited bout in February 2015.

Sarah Thellman Crowned As World Champion Of Taekwondo

Taekwondo is a game that has seen many tough fights. This is an art of fight which famous amongst the circuit of fighting championships. The Taekwondo championship is one of the things to look out for and recently Sarah Thellman became the Taekwondo World Champion. She previously used to be a school receptionist. She took a break from her daily job from school and became the world champion in this form of martial arts. This was one of the occurrences which are rare a school receptionist leaving her work to fulfil what her country require her to do.

Amir Khan disappointed at Visa debacle and looking forward to support

Amir Khan continues to face problem with his Visa that was rejected by the United States. The veteran English boxer wished to watch the matchup between Flyod Mayweather and Marcos Maidana. Amir Khan himself expressed his disappointment as he was initially granted the permission but later denied by the US officials to visit the country. Security reasons were put up as an excuse but his lawyers were not ready to accept the decision. This was a quite a blow to the career of the boxer as well as he has a bout in the later part of the year in the US.

Condit Directed Indefinite Medical Suspension

Sad news for Carlos Condit fans- the leading American MMA champ has been sentenced an indefinite medical suspension given serious injuries at the recently concluded UFC 171 match. TDLR (Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation) announced the news yesterday.

Vijendra Singh To Support The Indian Boxers

On Wednesday the boxer Vijender Singh made a U-turn from his position that he is supporting the past IABF secretary general PK Murlidharan Raja-lead section mentioning that any group who will receive the National Boxing Body deferment raised by the International Boxing Association will get his support.

Carl Froch says he is training like a challenger

English boxer Carl Froch has fired a warning at George Groves ahead of their upcoming rematch by claiming that he is training like a challenger and not as the champion as he vows not to underestimate the prowess of his opponent anymore.

Speaking with a Nottingham based news publication, the World Boxing Association or the WBA and the International Boxing Federation or IBF Middleweight champion has claimed that he is fully focused on destroying his arch nemesis during their battle next month at the fabled Wembley Stadium in London.

Froch ordered to fight Groves

The International Boxing Federation or the IBF has ordered their Super Middleweight Championship holder Carl Froch to put the title on the line within the next 90 days against George Groves or face losing the belt.