Carl Froch Retires From Boxing The Cobra hangs up the gloves and joins Sky Sports ________________________________________________________________________________ Four-time World Super Middleweight champion Carl Froch has today announced that he is retiring from boxing and will join Sky Sports. Carl has brought down the curtain on a sensational career during which he twice won the WBC title, as well as the WBA…
Watch: Carl Froch Take On Ninja Warrior UK Course
His last fight in the ring came back in the summer of 2014, but ‘The Cobra’ is still keeping himself in fighting shape these days.
Carl Froch’s retirement from professional boxing looks final as things stand, but a recent TV appearance on Ninja Warrior UK showed he is still maintaining good physical conditioning, which might give some hope to his loyal boxing fans that a potential comeback in 2016 may not be entirely out of the question.
As it sits currently Froch retired following the biggest performance of his boxing career, when he knocked out super middleweight contender George Groves in front of 80,000 fans at Wembley Stadium, a fact that good ol Froch likes to remind people of, every now and again.
The British boxing legend has a career resume that arguably stacks up with the best fighters from his country of all time, in terms of the level of competition he faced on a regular basis throughout his professional campaign, and if he does choose to stay retired, there’s not many who could blame him for doing so.
He’s keeping busy lately with multiple TV cameos and appearances, perhaps the best of which so far has to be this one: (hat tip to the Ninja Warrior UK YouTube channel for the upload):