Carl Froch settled his rivalry with George Groves in brutal fashion as he knocked his bitter enemy out cold with a crunching right hand in their record-breaking Wembley Stadium rematch.
Froch infamously won their first meeting in Manchester last November, recovering from a first-round knockdown and terrible start to stop Groves controversially in the ninth round.
He once again retained his IBF and WBA super-middleweight titles and answered any remaining questions with a breathtaking eighth-round punch which knocked Groves out in front of 80,000 baying fans.
After the fight Froch said that his right hand punch that felled Groves was “the best I’ve ever thrown.”
“How do you define a good punch? By what it means. And what that (punch) meant was the whole George Groves saga, the way people will look back at it in the years to come, that was the right hand that finished the job. So yeah that probably was the best punch I’ve thrown in my life.”
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