After his loss against Super Six Final showdown overall winner Andre Ward, it seems that former champion Carl Frosh doesn’t think about retirement at all.
In fact, Frosh stated that he is currently all set to talk about his “short, mid and long term plans.”
“I’m not saying I’m going to be fighting when I’m 45 years old. I’m only 34, still athletically capable and I’ve still got the desire. That defeat has not totally ripped the heart and soul out of me and made me want to go home and hang the gloves up forever and turn it in, because I don’t feel like I’ve had a beating. I’ve still not been knocked out. I’ve lost a fight.” Carl said in an interview.
It was said that there is a possibility that the English boxer will face IBF super middleweight holder Lucian Bute, former 168-pound champion Mikkel Kessler and Canadian light heavyweight Jean Pascal next year.
Previously, Andre Ward defeated Frosh through unanimous decision getting his RING, WBA at WBC super middleweight belt.