Carl “The Cobra” Froch is ignoring calls to retire and still pursuing his dream of headlining a show in Las Vegas after his latest, sensational win.
Froch insists he has three or four more fights in him after ending George Groves’s challenge for his IBF and WBA super-middleweight titles with his “best punch” ever.
The grudge rematch between the Brits in front of 80,000 at Wembley Stadium on Saturday ended with the cocky Groves being blasted from a thunderous right hand in the eighth round.
Froch said that despite turning 37 next month, he still feels strong and ambitious after a holiday if he still has the urge to continue wants to top a in Las Vegas, possibly against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
It was The Cobra’s 33rd win from 35 fights and a rematch with Andre Ward, one of his conquerors, is a possibility, as well as a third match with Mikkel Kessler, the only other fighter to have beaten him although Froch won their rematch.