Carl Froch, MBE is a British former professional boxer who currently works as a boxing analyst for Sky Sports. He is a four-time super-middleweight world champion, having won the WBC title twice, as well as the WBA (Regular) and IBF titles once each. In his early professional career he held the British, Commonwealth and English super-middleweight titles. As an amateur he won a bronze medal in the middleweight division at the 2001 World Championships.
Froch was voted Fighter of the Year for 2012 by WBN World Boxing News and BoxRec. In 2013, the UK edition of GQ magazine voted him Sportsman of the Year. He reached a peak of number six pound for pound by both BoxRec and The Ring magazine, and in 2013 was listed by the BBC as the best British pound for pound boxer. Carl’s professional career spanned fourteen years until his retirement in 2015.Known for his aggressive crowd-pleasing style, stamina and toughness, Carl is considered by many to have one of the hardest chins of his era.
Carl is now happily retired and carving out a career for himself as a Boxing pundit on Sky whose opinion is widely respected by boxing fans and experts alike. Carl keeps himself in incredible shape training 4 times a week and posts the results on his social media keeping his huge army of fans up to date on his fitness and daily lifestyle.