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Kessler doesn’t see much change in Froch

WBA super middleweight champion Mikkel Kessler, who takes on IBF super middleweight champion Carl Froch on Saturday in London, England’s O2 Arena, was asked on a conference call last week whether Froch has changed much from when Kessler defeated him in the Super Six three years ago. “You know, I really don’t think so,” said Kessler. “He’s maybe, yes, a lot I say it – a lot – a confidence side and he has a lot of – he trusts himself a lot, you know, what he’s doing and he’s basically strong and even in the loss to me and he still worked on it and came back. So that’s good. I don’t think he really has changed anything in his boxing style. He’s still got the same mistakes and he’s still awkward and, in his way, you know, that’s his sparring style. But yet he’s still got some flaws that I would say that – very bad ones. So you can’t say it’s a new style. It’s just a more confident style.”

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