True Brit: Carl Froch Folds Yusaf Mack in Half!
By Ace Freeman (17-Nov-2012)
Carl Froch KO3 Yusaf Mack
Reigning IBF super middleweight world champion Carl ‘The Cobra’ Froch made quick and easy work of America’s Yusaf Mack moments ago at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, United Kingdom, where he stopped him with a brutal body shot in the third round. Fresh off a devastating 2012 destruction of previously unbeaten Lucian Bute, Froch followed up the big win with another ultra aggressive performance against Mack Saturday when he came out guns blazing at the bell. He dropped Mack in the opening round and continued to take the fight to him in the early going. In Round 3 a debilitating left hook to the liver folded Mack in half and after a delayed reaction the challenger sunk to the canvass where he was counted out in pain. With the win Froch moves to 30-2 (22 KOs) and looks to a 2013 rematch with Bute.
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