Paul receives a brutal call from Froch when the terms for the return are established
Former unified super middleweight champion Carl Froch has revealed that he would be coming out of retirement to take on Jake Paul. Froch believes that he would ‘teach’ The Problem Child and that he would not need much training to do so.
Cobra walked away from the ring in 2014 after back-to-back wins over fierce rival George Groves. During his 12-year stint in the paid ranks, Froch won 33 of his 35 contests, including big wins over the aforementioned Groves, Mikkel Kessler, Arthur Abraham and Jermain Taylor.
Froch has been happily retired ever since and now plies his trade as a boxing expert. However, a fight with Paul would be too good to turn down for the 45-year-old.
“Jake Paul can’t fight, he’s faking it, he’s misleading people. He has the audience for him; He doesn’t envy him, he’s making money and doing what he does. But he is not a professional boxer. He knows he shouldn’t get close to me,” Froch said. William Hill.
“He’s bigger than me, he’s 14 stone tall, he’s younger than me, he’s fresher, he thinks he can fight. He wouldn’t even train for this guy; He would do some training. He could make a little run to get the heart pumping, but he would take Jake Paul to school and beat him up. He knows, he wouldn’t fight me. No possibility.”
He added: “I would fight him and his brother on the same night. What they could do is take turns, so Jake can do the first round, Logan can do the second round… So, they have a four-minute respite between rounds. It has never been done, it is exhibition boxing. I would take them both.”
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Since turning pro in 2020, Paul has amassed a 5-0 record in the sport. His sixth outing is against former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva on October 29 at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona.
Silva, who holds the UFC record for the most consecutive wins by a fighter under the promotional banner, is 47 years old and long past his sell-by date. However, recent boxing victories over former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr and MMA legend Tito Ortiz have paved the way for a post-UFC career in the ring.
After this fight, the long-awaited grudge match with Tommy Fury is expected to be explored in some way.
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