Froch would be willing to contest a bout with Paul as thinks he would fare rather well, despite not having fought since defeating George Groves at Wembley in his last ever professional bout in 2014. “I would yeah, because I wouldn’t consider that to be a fight,” Froch said in an exclusive interview with Daily Star Sport when asked if he would ever be keen on fighting Paul, if the American ever called him out.
“I know he’s doing what he is doing, and he is improving, and he has people that want to watch him box, which is great, fair play to him. But somebody like that, how do I put it, if I tried to play football against the top clubs, it’s going to be pointless me being on the bench, or me playing tennis against the top players. Jake Paul, is playing at being a professional boxer, but he is not.”
Froch is one of a long line of individuals who find the former Disney duo insufferable, especially when it comes to their respective boxing endeavours. The 45-year-old would be happy to knock Paul brothers down a peg or two, claiming he would love to fight them in a “tag-team” bout.
JUST IN: Oleksandr Usyk may be luring Anthony Joshua into a trap after six-word comment resurfaces