Found December 16, 2011 on The Queensbury Rules:
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It has taken two years to get to Saturday night, when we find out on Showtime who is the best super middleweight in the world. It's been a convoluted journey, to say the least, but with a day to go waiting for Andre Ward and Carl Froch to bring the Super Six tournament to a big finish, it sure feels worth it to me, a journey enhanced -- oddly enough -- by how difficult it was to arrive at this moment. Over the course of those two years, Ward and Froch have gradually become arguably two of the 10 best fighters in any weight class; they definitely have become the two best in the division after weaving their way through a phalanx of murderous opposition, and thus are about to crown a new lineal 168-pound champion; and they both have shown themselves to be hard-nosed, ultra-confident, multi-dimensional boxers.Watching Ward and Froch Stare each other Down or Face each other Off or whatever Showtime calls it, you get the impression from that clip that you're seeing as good a previ...
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