File - Froch is known and loved for his brawling, and often baffling, boxing style.
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Carl Froch, the British four-time world super-middleweight champion, announced his retirement from boxing Tuesday at the age of 38 .Froch, who was twice a winner of the WBC title and also a winner of the WBA and IBF belts during a highly successful career, admitted that he no longer had the desire to fight after spending over a year out of the ring.Nicknamed the Cobra, Froch won 33 of his 35 fights, with 24 of those coming by knockout.He defeated archrival George Groves in front of 80,000 people in a Wembley Stadium rematch which turned out to be his final fight in May of last year.Froch then thought that he would rediscover his appetite but reached the conclusion it was time to step away from the ring.
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