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Showtime Super Six Forecast

Michael Shou-Yung Shum – The group stage of the Super Six World Boxing Classic on Showtime is entering its final round, and – other than Andre Ward who has already advanced – the remaining five fighters are still in contention to reach the knockout stage. Andre Dirrell, Mikkel Kessler, and Carl Froch are all on two points after two matches, and will be looking for results in their next fights to go through. Arthur Abraham is in second place with three points and is likely to advance. Allan Green needs a knockout and some help. Here’s how I see the rest of the tournament playing out:


I like Ward on points in this match-up. He has looked great in his two tournament wins (over Kessler and Green), and shown a level of toughness that bodes well for his professional future.. Dirrell has faster hands and is more mobile, but Ward’s reflexes are sharp (as shown against Green) and he may negate Dirrell’s advantages with his excellent timing. Because Ward is already through to the knockout stage and Dirrell needs points to advance, one may suspect that Dirrell has greater motivation, but it is difficult to find a young American fighter that is more competitive and focused than Ward. “S.O.G.” doesn’t want to lose a) his zero, and b) the WBA title he wrested from Kessler; expect him to retain both in another mauling type of effort. Prediction: WARD UD 12 in a potentially tedious fight.


Both fighters are coming off their first losses, Froch to Kessler in a hard-fought war and Abraham to Dirrell in a match where Abraham was dominated and then disqualified for a late blow. Abraham does have an extra point from his K.O. of Jermain Taylor In the first round, which may be enough to see him through to the knockout stage regardless of outcome. Froch will be looking for a result here, and I think this additional incentive is enough to give him an edge in this fight. He is also the bigger man with a 2.5” reach advantage. Froch has had problems with quick opponents (i.e., against Jean Pascal, Taylor, and Dirrell) and Kessler outworked him, but Abraham is neither especially fast nor active. I expect Froch to use his size to maintain range and box his way to a close decision, although no doubt there will be some dicey moments. Prediction: FROCH SD/MD 12 in a tense fight.


As is his wont, Green talked a lot prior to his fight with Ward and then phoned it in once inside the ring, barely throwing any meaningful punches after the third stanza en route to losing every round on all three judges’ cards. I’d like to say that he shows up against Kessler, but I wouldn’t bet on it. Kessler, who just picked up his third belt at 168 lbs. by beating Froch for his WBC title, doesn’t have any clear physical advantages over Green: this isn’t the same Kessler who faced Joe Calzaghe; Mikkel is older, slower, and no longer seems to have the same zip in his straight right. However, he does have a champion’s heart, which is the ingredient Green seems to lack, for all his physical talent. Prediction: KESSLER UD 12 in another fight where Green fades badly down the stretch.


Ward will have six points from three victories, and will be seeded #1 in the knockout stage. Both Kessler and Froch will have four points from two victories, but Kessler will be seeded #2 due to his head-to-head win over Froch. The #4 seed will be Arthur Abraham, on three points from his KO win over Taylor.

In the #1 vs. #4 match-up, Ward easily outboxes Abraham, possibly winning every round. In a rematch of their fight from the group stage, I see Froch coming out on top this time over Kessler in another rugged brawl. Froch just seems to have a little more left in the tank at this point.

In the final, I expect Ward to beat Froch, and then to face Lucian Bute sometime in 2012 to unify the 168 lb. titles (Bute has the IBF belt). This would be the biggest fight in the super middleweight division since Roy Jones fought James Toney in 1994.

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Euro Boxing Roundup: Maccarinelli vs Frenkel; Felix Sturm; Holyfield vs Nielsen?

By Per Ake Persson: EBU cruiser champ Enzo Maccarinelli will defend the title against mandatory challenger Alexander Frenkel but when and where is still not announced. The fight went to purse bids today in Rome with Sauerland Event handing in the sole and thus winning bid while Frank Warren Promotions informed the EBU that an agreement had been reached. As for now the EBU will recognize the purse bid as an agreement needs the signature of both parties..

Team Palle and WBC supermiddle champ Mikkel Kessler have settled their differences out of court and Palle has dropped the two lawsutis against Kessler and also the one in the US against Showtime. No details of the settlement have been revealed.

The comeback of Danish heavy Brian Nielsen is now officially on and Ekstrabladet writes that the 45-year old Nielsen will fight Evander Holyfield November 27. Nielsen, 64-2, retired in 02. He has now had surgery to fix his sore knees and looked in good shape ringside in Herning last month – Evander Holyfield of course also looks the part and always has. But, and it´s a big part, both are at least a decade from their last good performance.

WBA superchamp Felix Sturm and Universum are now in court in Germany. Sturm´s claims – just like Khoren Gevor did – that he´s free to go according to the BGB 627 (the German civil rights legislation). Universum on their side claims to have options on Sturm. Khoren Gevor won his case but later settled with Universum and is now back which leaves the Sturm vs Universum an open case.

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Mikkel Kessler decisions Carl Froch in Denmark

 by SC on Apr 24, 2010 6:16 PM EDT in Post-Fight Analysis Comment 40 comments

Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler did battle today in Denmark. (Photo by John Gichigi / Getty Images) Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler did battle today in Denmark. (Photo by John Gichigi / Getty Images)

In a tremendous fight that likely leads the Fight of the Year race for 2010, Mikkel Kessler outpointed Carl Froch to take Froch’s undefeated record and his WBC title, and get himself squarely back into the Super Six World Boxing Classic race.

 Kessler (43-2, 32 KO) won on scores of 115-113, 116-112 and 117-111. Bad Left Hook scored it 115-113 for Kessler, with the “Viking Warrior” sealing the deal in an electric, Rocky-like 12th round effort from both men. It was Kessler who controlled most of the fight, pressed most of the action, and just did the better overall work. Froch had his moments, and won some rounds, and was close in some more, but he came up just short. Carl Froch has absolutely nothing to be ashamed of, and immediately post-fight he didn’t complain too much. He simply said if it was at home, he feels he would have won. (In a bit of hilarity, the in-ring interviewer basically said, “Yeah, we saw that in your last fight,” and moved on.)

 This is probably the biggest, best and most important win of Kessler’s career. He looked relaxed in the ring, and even when a bad cut was opened late in the fight, he didn’t panic or get out of his gameplan. Froch seemed a bit off in this one, truthfully, but that was probably more caused by Kessler not ever getting too flustered. Froch just did not get the openings he might have expected, and found himself in a dog fight with a guy who supposedly could be beaten mentally.

 Froch (26-1, 20 KO) faces Arthur Abraham next, tentatively in August. Kessler’s third Super Six fight will be against Allan Green, who fights Andre Ward on June 19. Froch-Abraham is shaping up to be a crazy war of a brawl, as both will have everything to gain and lose in that one. The updated Super Six standings have Abraham still ahead at 3 points (two fights), followed by Andre Ward (one fight), Andre Dirrell (two fights), Kessler (two fights) and Froch (two fights) at two points apiece. Green has no points. Can you imagine if Allan Green upset Andre Ward in June? This whole thing would be bananas.

 Hats should be off this evening to Mikkel Kessler, who came back strong from a terrible loss to Ward and out-fought the always-game Froch, who gave his all as usual and can hold his head up high. It was a fantastic fight and a gritty display

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Boxing news and results-Mikkel Kessler Out-Points Carl Froch In Classic War!


by James Slater – Tonight in Denmark, 31-year-old Mikkel Kessler managed to take the WBC super-middleweight title from defending champ Carl Froch in the latest instalment of the “Super-Six” tournament. In a great action fight that had some truly memorable trading, especially in the later rounds, Kessler prevailed via a unanimous decision. Kessler won by scores of 117-111, 115-113 and 116-112. The Dane is now 43-2(32) and well and truly back amongst the favourites to win “Super-Six.” 32-year-old Froch, who gave it everything he had tonight, is now 26-1(20).

A cagey start in the opening round, any fears any-one may have had of the fight being a letdown were soon to be removed! It was very much a battle of the jabs in the early going, and both men had their success. Froch was guilty of being a touch wild, even missing so badly he spun completely around in the 3rd-round. The early rounds were quite tough to score, but Kessler was probably doing a little more..

Kessler slipped in the 5th, and though he hadn’t been caught with a punch, Froch went for it as soon as the local man got up. Froch did get through with a sharp right hand to the head, but Kessler was the man coming forward. The 5th-round was Froch’s best session yet, however.

Kessler was again dictating the pace in the 7th, as Froch, with his low-held hands, was a little static. Kessler landed a right hand to the back of Froch’s head at the end of the round. The 8th-round was the first truly exciting round, as “The Viking Warrior” landed a smashing right hand on “The Cobra’s” chin as he was charging in. The WBC champ’s knees buckled, yet his granite chin saved him. Froch was also cut on the bridge of the nose now.

Kessler was back on the attack in the 9th, and Froch appeared to be still a little hurt. Both men swung wildly at the end of the three minutes, and Froch seemed to have re-found his strength. Kessler also picked up a nasty cut at the side of his left eye.

The last three rounds elevated a good fight into a great fight! Both men traded pretty much all the way to the final bell, and Kessler, with the blood pouring from his ugly wound, really dug deep and gave it his all. Froch did too, and it was debatable who was getting the better of it. Froch forced himself to work in the 11th, landing a left uppercut to Kessler’s chin.

Then, in the last round, the action was jaw-dropping. Both guys were on the verge of being exhausted, yet they reached deep inside and pumped out the punches. It was sensational two-way action, with both warriors swinging away with both hands. A definite round of the year candidate, the 12th-round was pretty much dead level. Froch finished the fight with a cut at the side of his own left eye.

After an agonisingly long wait for the reading of the scorecards, Kessler’s hand was deservingly raised. Froch later disputed the verdict, but he hasn’t really got too much of a case. This aside, both guys were respectful of one another at the end of their war and the fans cheered the efforts of both men – Kessler especially getting the cheers, naturally.

A great fight, arguably the best yet in “The Super-Six,” tonight’s war left Froch with who knows how much left for his next fight; with the formidable Arthur Abraham. Kessler, however, will have all his old confidence back.

Article posted on 25.04.2010

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Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao to fight Paul “The Punisher” Williams Next at 145lbs?

boxingby James Slater, photo by Peter Mark Heintzelman — Ahead of his fighter Paul “The Punisher” Williams’ December 5th middleweight fight with 34-year-old fellow southpaw Sergio Martinez, 44-1-2(24), trainer George Peterson very kindly gave me the following interview yesterday evening (UK time).

Speaking about the fight his 28-year-old warrior, 37-1(27) will have in Atlantic City, his thoughts on a possible Williams-Manny Pacquiao fight and other things, George gave me the following answers to my questions:

James Slater: It’s great to speak with you again, Sir. First of all, how has camp been going for the Sergio Martinez fight?

George Peterson: Camp has been great. We’ve had a pretty short camp to get ready for a lefthander, but other than that it’s been great..

J.S: And who has Paul been sparring with?

G.P: He’s been working with Curtis Smith and Carlos Quintana.

J.S: Quintana, his former opponent! That must have been interesting?

G.P: What you talking about, James (laughs). Yes, it’s been interesting.

J.S: Seeing as how Paul destroyed him inside a round, I mean, has he been giving Paul good work?

G.P: They’ve been having fun in camp, they’ve been having fun.

J.S: Is Paul sufficiently motivated for this fight with Martinez? He was supposed to have fought Kelly Pavlik in a big, big fight after all. Is Paul pumped for this fight instead?

G.P: Well, you know, he was somewhat disappointed that that fight [with Pavlik] fell through for a third time. It got to the stage where, after the third fall through we couldn’t wait any longer. It was clear what the situation was – he [Pavlik] didn’t want the fight! And then, after we signed to fight Martinez, he goes and signs to fight somebody else. The fight is a pay-per-view fight, the venue is all set up and all this happens in just two weeks! Good God, how can that have happened?

J.S: That did raise some eyebrows, it must be said.

G.P: And the thing is, those three camps we had [for the separate dates that ultimately fell through for the fight with Pavlik], they cost us money. That’s frustrating.

J.S: And is Paul going to take out his frustration on Martinez? Is he gonna be the guy who pays for it all?

G.P: Absolutely. I don’t know why people are saying this will be a tough fight for Paul. I don’t see anything special in him [Martinez] at all. This is not going to be the fight those people think it will be. This could be Paul’s easiest fight.

J.S: And does Paul want a KO, can he get a KO?

G.P: Oh, Paul definitely stops him, definitely. He won’t show any pity on this guy. He’s ready to go. You see, I just don’t see anything special about this guy. I don’t understand what these people are looking at. Paul beat the guy who knocked him out, that I do know.

J.S: Margarito?

G.P: Antonio Margarito, yes. Paul beat him and that’s why he’ll have no respect for Martinez. None at all.

J.S: Not looking too far ahead, but how soon ideally will Paul fight again in 2010? I mean, it will be great seeing him back in action in December, after he’s been out for so long through no fault of his own.

G.P: Yes, we’d get more action if we could get someone to fight us, you see what I’m saying? I mean, Pavlik’s a guy who said he would fight Paul, but he then goes through his theatrics and moves. If you want to fight, just fight!

J.S: You are probably sick and tired of talking about Kelly Pavlik now?

G.P: That’s right. I don’t even want to talk about him anymore. We’ve moved on from that now. But what we’re looking at is Paul fighting a minimum of three fights in 2010. You see, Paul’s thinking about his legacy – he wants to be known as the best fighter in the world pound-for-pound. So to get that distinction he has to fight the best guys. But will they step up and fight him? Paul is a throwback and he’s proven time and again that he’s not afraid of anyone. No fighter, from 147 to 160, can do anything to Paul Williams.

J.S: I read that Paul would like a fight with Manny Pacquiao. Is that a fight you’d advise he take? I know it would be a huge, super-fight!

G.P: Sure! And Paul can make 145 – he’s made it twice before. So there’s no problem there. But I doubt we will see that fight happen. But Paul would love it, that I guarantee. Like I say, he’s a throwback. People have got to realise that. Not only is Paul the number-one fighter no-one wants to fight – he fights the other fighters nobody wants to fight!

J.S: Just talking a bit more about Pacquiao, as he’s the man of the moment. Were you impressed with his win over Cotto?

G.P: I was but I expected him to stop Cotto a lot sooner than he did. Cotto was never the same after the bad beating he took from Margarito. Against Pacquiao, after the 4th-round, he fought to survive and he was running. I kind of knew that would come, because of the terrible beating he took in the Margarito fight.

J.S: Getting back to the Martinez fight. Do you see Paul winning via a highly impressive and quick KO?

G.P: Paul will have plenty of opportunities to take him out quickly. It’s just a matter of when he pulls the trigger – we just haven’t decided on that yet. But this guy will show Paul a whole lot of respect – much more than he has his other opponents. He’ll fight this fight in a different way to his other fights. But he won’t be able to hurt Paul, no matter what he does. Certainly not with those pity-pat punches of his. Paul has a great chin, no doubt at all.

J.S: Yes, he’s proven that, certainly. It’s been a pleasure talking with you, George, as always. And I wish you all the best for the December 5th fight. For my final question; if you could click your fingers and get the best possible opponent for Paul next year, who would it be?

G.P: Well, James, who do you think it should be? For Paul to prove his greatness, who should he fight? You tell me.

J.S: As long as you know he can make welterweight okay and be a hundred-percent strong there, I’d say either Pacquiao or Mayweather.

G.P: Well, there you go. I know the Pacquiao fight is a fight a lot of people would love to see. And Paul never runs from anyone. Who else will fight Pacquiao if not Paul Williams? That’s the problem, though – none of these top fighters are in any rush to face Paul. Hopefully next year, someone in the pound-for-pound ratings will come forward and accept a fight with us.

J.S: Well, as long as Paul keeps on winning and as long as he keeps on taking on these avoided fighters, he’ll get the respect from writers of Ring magazine and all the other experts. I’m sure he has their respect now.

G.P: But they don’t respect him enough, they’re not giving him his just due. You see Ring magazine, I don’t even think they have Paul in their top-ten pound-for-pound list (actually, Paul is in, just – he’s at #10)

J.S: Well I think they should have him top-six for sure.

G.P: Of course they should, but they still don’t give Paul enough respect. As I say, Paul will fight at least three times in 2010; but who will agree to fight him?

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Manny Pacquiao Vs. Shane Mosley in the making.

Shane Mosleyby James Slater – There’s no doubt about it, the next man we want to see the superb Manny Pacquiao get in the ring with is the boxer he took over from at the top of the pound-for-pound charts; Floyd Mayweather Junior. Enough has already been written about how much boxing needs this mega, mega-fight. All we can do now is hope the fight gets made.

However, if for any reason (and there could well be a few) the fight doesn’t happen, Pacquiao and Mayweather will have to move on and find someone else to fight. In regards to the man of the moment, Pacquiao, who would he possibly be interested in, and who would you be interested in, him fighting instead of “Money?”

An intriguing welterweight unification bout will take place in January, as WBA champion “Sugar” Shane Mosley and his WBC counterpart, Andre Berto will clash in Las Vegas, the site of Pacquiao’s great fight with and even greater win over Miguel Cotto.. How much motivation would “Pac-Man” get from a chance to beat either Mosley or Berto and add two more belts to his WBO 147-pound crown?

Sure, Pacquiao Vs. either Mosley or Berto would be a poor second to Manny Vs. Floyd, but as a secondary option, such a match-up would be as good as could be found. Mosley has called out Pacquiao a number of times already, and the young and ambitious Berto would surely like the fight also. Mosley even offered to come in at a catch-weight of 143-pounds to get a fight with the pound-for-pound king, and it’s possible Pacquiao would want another fight just below 147 next (another possible reason why the Mayweather fight could fall apart).

Berto is big for a welterweight, but for as much money as a fight with Pacquiao would net him, it’s probable that he too would agree to drop a couple of pounds. Or maybe by next summer, Manny will have added even more muscle to his frame, and he will be willing to box a welterweight at the full welterweight limit. Either way, if Mayweather is out (please, no!) the Mosley-Berto winner is the most attractive option for him; in my opinion anyway.

As to who that winner will be, I go for Mosley, even though he’s 38 and will have been out of action for a solid year by the time he climbs through the ropes inside The Mandalay Bay Arena to meet his unbeaten, 26-year-old rival. So, if my prediction of a “Sugar” victory turns out to be correct, could we see either Pacquiao-Mosley or Pacquiao-Mayweather next summer?

Though it’s “Money” we all want, a battle with Mosley would also be some damned good fight for Pacquiao to take. The welterweight division has never looked this good since the days of Ray Leonard and Tommy Hearns!

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Paul Strauss – Apparently Manny’s mother, like all loving mothers, wants her son to quit the violent sport in which he has reached hall of fame heights. Not surprisingly she worries about the welfare of her son, and wants what is best for him. She has witnessed his success, and sees the love his Filipino people have for him. She sees the comfortable life that he has earned for himself and his family. She takes pride in the fact that he has been able to help so many. She also understands that by continuing to fight, he jeopardizes all of that.

Manny’s fans unquestionably want him to keep fighting……..preferably forever! They want their hero to conquer all challengers, and continue to bring pride to their country. Boxing fans in general have selfish interest at heart as well. They have received tremendous thrills and enjoyment from the phenomenal fighter, who has won titles in seven different weight divisions.

It’s almost sacrilegious to suggest he might stop now.

At the very least he has to fight and beat Floyd Mayweather, Jr., doesn’t he? If and when he manages that feat, then maybe there’s the winner of the Mosley vs. Berto fight. From there it would be some other up and comer that needs to be shown the real P4P champ. Maybe he could even be talked into fighting Paul Williams, which would definitely be Jack against the Giant.

There are many anti-Mayweather fans who would like to see Little Money get his come-uppance, and who think Manny is just the one to do it. But, wouldn’t it serve Mayweather right if Manny pulled the rug out from under him, and just retired? Then the speculation about the possible winner would continue ad infinitum. It might serve him right, because the question about who was really the best would always haunt him, and Manny and Freddie could sit back and chuckle.

From a practical and caring standpoint, it probably would be a good idea for Manny to hang up his gloves. He obviously has conquered more worlds than Marco Polo, and the urge for wanderlust should subside once he realizes he will remain a hero to his people, and to boxing fans in general He too needs to admit that he hasn’t come away totally unscathed as far as the punishment department is concerned. He has had tough fights, bad cuts, multiple bruises, and repeatedly suffered through the tough rigors of training camp.

Concerned fans don’t want their hero’s to quit, but they also don’t want to see them stay around so long that they subject themselves to the worst. We’ve seen it too often with great fighters like Joe Louis, Sugar Ray Robinson, Muhammad Ali. Great fans reluctantly wonder if it isn’t time for fighters like Ricky Hatton, Juan Manuel Marquez, his brother Raphael, and Israel Vasquez, along with others to quit risking danger and permanent harm. They have paid their dues and earned their recognition.

In Manny’s case, maybe he should have a little fun, sing more songs, make a few movies, and run again for public office. What the heck does he need Mayweather for, or any other fighter for that matter. He has reached the pinnacle or summit. The top of the mountain only slopes down, so why not stay up there where the air is clean and fresh, and enjoy the view.

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