On Friday, two major news items broke in the ongoing question of whether Carl Froch would give his English arch-rival George Groves a rematch, following their controversial first clash that saw Froch stop Groves in a referee call that many deemed premature.
First, Froch announced that Groves had rejected a "seven-figure" offer that was far more generous than Groves's purse in the first match, and as a result Froch was moving on with negotiations to meet Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. (presumably after Chavez gets past his own controversy-laden rematch with Brian Vera). Hours later, the IBF stepped in and ordered Froch to fight Groves in 90 days, or be stripped of his title.
Fight fans are left with two big questions in the wake of these developments. First, does Carl Froch really want to fight George Groves again or not? Second, what if Froch vs. Groves II doesn't come off?
Does Froch Want Groves Or Not?
Given that Froch has never evinced much interest in public in a rema...