Difference between revisions of "Carl Froch vs. Jean Pascal"

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*The title was vacated by [[Joe Calzaghe]] when he moved up in weight to challenge [[Bernard Hopkins]] at Light Heavyweight.
 
*The title was vacated by [[Joe Calzaghe]] when he moved up in weight to challenge [[Bernard Hopkins]] at Light Heavyweight.
 
*The two highest ranked challengers by the WBC were Froch and [[Jermain Taylor]]. Taylor turned down the chance to fight for the vacant title, preferring instead to accept a fight against ex-[[IBF]] Super Middleweight champion [[Jeff Lacy]]. Pascal was next in line and accepted the challenge to fight Froch for the vacant title.
 
*The two highest ranked challengers by the WBC were Froch and [[Jermain Taylor]]. Taylor turned down the chance to fight for the vacant title, preferring instead to accept a fight against ex-[[IBF]] Super Middleweight champion [[Jeff Lacy]]. Pascal was next in line and accepted the challenge to fight Froch for the vacant title.
*Fight started off at a fast pace, with both men exchanging blows. Froch took over in the second half of the fight to claim a wide decision in an entertaining fight.
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*Fight started off at a fast pace, with both men exchanging blows. Froch took over in the second half to claim a wide decision in an entertaining fight.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:38, 24 July 2012

2008-12-06 : Carl Froch 166½ lbs beat Jean Pascal 167¾ lbs by UD in round 12 of 12

Notes

Carl Froch vs. Jean Pascal (poster).jpg
  • The title was vacated by Joe Calzaghe when he moved up in weight to challenge Bernard Hopkins at Light Heavyweight.
  • The two highest ranked challengers by the WBC were Froch and Jermain Taylor. Taylor turned down the chance to fight for the vacant title, preferring instead to accept a fight against ex-IBF Super Middleweight champion Jeff Lacy. Pascal was next in line and accepted the challenge to fight Froch for the vacant title.
  • Fight started off at a fast pace, with both men exchanging blows. Froch took over in the second half to claim a wide decision in an entertaining fight.


Preceded by:
Calzaghe vs. Kessler
WBC Super Middleweight Title Fight
# 50
Succeeded by:
Current