Carl is a four time super middleweight world boxing champion, whose glittering 13 year professional career included 33 wins and just two defeats. As an all-action fighter, each time he stepped inside the ropes he had to channel his emotions and instincts into controlled, educated aggression. Growing up in Nottingham, Carl enjoyed an early introduction to boxing through his father, and to the wilder side of fighting in the pubs that his mother managed. Disputes with drunken, aggressive regulars often had to be settled in clinical, decisive fashion. Of all his opponents, none riled him so much as his greatest rival George Groves, with whom he had two epic fights, the last of which was held in front of 80,000 people at Wembley Stadium. Confronting his anger, and directing his thought process in more productive ways allowed Carl to triumph, and stand at the pinnacle of world boxing. .........................................Running on Emotion hosted by Alastair Eykyn is an original podcast by Eykyn Media for Auddy #runningonemotionSpecial thanks all of our guests on the show.Host, Alastair EykynSeries Producer, Andrew SampsonSound Editor, Norman GoodmanAlbum Art, Nicole StewartTheme Music by Audio Networks
This week on Macklin's Take...It's the Return of the Cobra.Me and Matt Macklin welcome back our good friend and colleague, 3-time world Super Middleweight champion, Carl Froch.As usual the conversation took a number of turns with Carl and Matt discussing how fighters condition themselves to pain, how your formative boxing years shape you as a fighter, and why Carl wouldn't want his son to box pro.And we had time for a chat about Canelo vs Saunders and a bit of Tyson Fury too.Macklin's Take is now also on YouTube so if you could find your way over there and click subscribe, that would be great.http://bitly.com/MacklinsTakeYouTube
Track & Ball with Ellen White and Richard Whitehead
In another bonus episode here's Richard talking with Carl Froch MBE, former world champion boxer and one of Britain's finest boxers in the last two decades.Carl "The Cobra" had an amazing career with a series of world title fights and a record of 33 wins from 35 bouts including a sell out win over George Groves at Wembley Stadium(in front of 80000 people), his final fight.He's now a pundit and poker player as well as a successful businessman, husband and dad.Carl takes us behind the scenes on his career - from his professional debut to the world title fights, including his run of 26 wins in a row. And he talks about coming back from his first defeat and what he learnt from it. You can see the Youtube version of this podcast herehttps://youtu.be/Km1WgGUzM28Track and Ball is presented by Paralympic gold medal winner Richard Whitehead and England footballer Ellen White. Ellen's away for this podcast, on international duty.Follow us@trackandballpod@marathonchamp@ellsbells89
Fight Of My Life returns!Russ Williams and Spencer Oliver are joined by a different Boxer each week as they look back at their one career defining fight…the build up, the fight itself, the aftermath and their lives post-Boxing. On this week’s edition, Carl ‘The Cobra’ Froch takes us back to 2009 when he fought American Jermain Taylor in the first defence of his WBC World Super-Middleweight title in Connecticut.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Carl Froch / 4x Super-Middleweight World Champion / partypoker ambassador
Jeff Gross - The Flow Show
Carl Froch, 4x Super-Middleweight World Champion and partypoker ambassador, knows what separates good poker players from exceptional ones. He shares his winning mindset, the similarities between boxing and poker, why he retired from the sport, and how he prepared for the ring. Tune in to hear Carl’s take on lockdowns and mainstream media – and learn what he recommends people do to get a balanced view on the world. Visit Jeff Gross - The Flow Show or find us on iTunes to subscribe, visit previous episodes, and learn more about your host, Jeff Gross. Time Stamped Show Notes: 00:00 – 17:00 – How Carl got into boxing, his amateur and professional boxing careers, his fight history, fight stories, wins, and controversies. 17:00 – 32:00 - Why he retired, his “signing-off fight,” why so many fighters don’t know when to quit, what he thinks about the Rocky movies, and how he got into poker. 32:00 – 40:00 - How he prepares to play poker, the kind of poker he likes to play, what he misses about live poker, the similarities between poker and boxing, and studying. 40:00 – 01:03:30 – What separates good players from exceptional players, his winning mindset, his podcast Froch on Fighting, his thoughts on fighting, and his least favorite hand. 01:03:30 – 01:19:00 – On other sports, his team, the sponsorships and commercial side in his career and after, and how he prepared for the ring. 01:19:00 – 01:29:30 – On COVID-19’s impact on boxing, why boxing needs a crowd, the opportunities boxers have to make money, and his thoughts on lockdowns and mainstream media. 3 Key Points Social media has changed the game for many industries. There’s an adrenaline rush in both poker and boxing. Know when to fold. Contact/Resources Partner - partypoker Website - Jeff Gross Poker Jeff’s Twitch Carl’s Twitter Carl’s Instagram Carl’s Website
In this latest episode in our Make or Break series me & Matt are re-joined by former 3-time World Super Middleweight champion, now Sky colleague Carl Froch. The Cobra takes us through his key battles with Jean Pascal and Jermain Taylor, the fights that established him as a major player on the world stage. We’ve made a technical leap this week too, so the sound’s better.
166: The Moon Landing WAS Fake! | Carl Froch - Part 2
Super-Middleweight world champion Carl Froch joins us on the show for an episode that will shock you more than a right hook from THE COBRA himself. We dive deep into conspiracy theories, the psychology of athletes and debate who would win a fight between Francis and Froch. PLUS we hear about a rowing contest with Froch vs Laing … who won?More Private PartsExclusive video content on YouTube http://bit.ly/PrivatePartsYouTubeFollow us on Socials @PrivatePodcastNew Episode every FRIDAY!Subscribe today so you never miss an episode: https://apple.co/2WHvFfJCreated by Spirit MediaHosted By Acast#PrivatePartsPodcastSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.